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Full text of "National Association of Congregational Christian Churches, 1997 yearbook"

1 997 Yearbook 




National Association 

of 
Congregational 
^^ Christian Churches 

mi 







The 43rd Annual Meeting of the National Association of 
Congregational Christian Churches will be held at the 
Radisson Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia. The meeting will 
start on Saturday, June 21 -Tuesday, June 24, 1997. 
The theme is "Rekindling the Gift". Please come and 
bring a friend! 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

OF 

CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 



1997 
YEARBOOK 



Containing member church statistics for the calendar year 

1 995 or the most recent fiscal year 

and 

Personnel Names and Addresses submitted by 

August 15, 1996 



SI 



PRICE $6.00 

Edited in the Offices of the Association 

8473 South Howell Avenue 

P.O. Box 1620 

Oak Creek, Wisconsin 53154-0620 

(414) 764-1620 or 1-800-262-1620 

FAX: (414)764-0319 

EMAIL: NACCC1620@aol.com 



MISSION STATEMENT 

To encourage and assist local churches in their 

development of vibrant and effective witnesses to Christ 

in Congregational ways. 



CONTENTS 

THE MODERATOR'S MESSAGE 4 

THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY'S MESSAGE 5 

ASSOCIATION BOARD RELATIONSHIP DIAGRAM 6 

ANNUAL MEETINGS 7 

NACCC OFFICERS 9 

EXECUTIVE STAFF HISTORY 10 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION STAFF 11 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 12 

THE CONGREGATIONALIST .....16 

NACCC COMMITTEES 

Credentials 16 

Library Board 17 

Annual Meeting Program 18 

Nominating 20 

Investment Advisory 21 

Financial Services Committee 22 

Building and Loan Fund Team 27 

DIVISIONS OF THE CORPORATION 

Congregational Church Development 28 

Congregational Foundation for Theological Studies 30 

Division for Ministry 33 

Missionary Society 35 

COMMISSIONS OF THE NACCC 

Functions of the Commissions 38 

Christian Education 39 

Communications 41 

Family Life in the Church 43 

Spiritual Resources... 45 

Women's 47 

World Christian Relations 49 

Youth 51 

National Association of Pilgrim Fellowship 53 

Heritage of Pilgrim Endeavor 54 

CHURCHES OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 55 

THE ROLL CALL OF STATES 56 

Member Churches 53 

Associate Member Churches 163 

Honorary Member Churches 164 

Affiliated Associations and Conferences 165 



CONTENTS (Continued) 

AREA ASSOCIATIONS & FELLOWSHIPS 168 

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORIES 

Congregational Library & Historical Society 186 

Continuation Committee 186 

Congregational Ministers 187 

Ordinations for 1995-1996 199 

CFTS Students 200 

Christian Education Directors 201 

Association-Related Special Awards 207 

Citations Given at Annual Meetings 209 

Necrology 210 

Ambassadors 211 

Past Association Board Members 213 

ARTICLES AND BYLAWS 

Articles of Association 232 

Bylaws of Association 239 

Articles of Incorporation 251 

Bylaws of Corporation 255 

INDEX: Area Association Officers, Consultants, & 
Association Board Members 264 



Boston* MA 02106 




THE MODERATOR'S MESSAGE 



This past summer our One Great Family in Christ 
enjoyed a marvelous "family reunion" in Minne- 
apolis. And, for almost a year, we have been plan- 
ning another for Atlanta in 1997. But, as great as 
these experiences can be, we know that life is far 
more than its celebrations. And so is our calling in 
Christ. During the intervening months, the real 
work of the Church will be done in hundreds of 
cities, towns, and rural settings from one end of 
this great land to the other. It will be done by the 
Churches and the workers that are listed in the 
pages of this Yearbook and by many others, too 
numerous to name. Let us pray that all of us may 
be equal to our great task. 

And let us never forget that, as much as we cherish our Congregational 
freedom, we are free, not to do as we please, but to do what pleases 
Christ. Jesus did not go to the Cross so that we could do as we please. 
Our Pilgrim Fathers and Mothers did not risk everything they had to cross 
'Ihat furious ocean" in orderto do as they pleased. They were committed 
to doing the will of God and, by doing so, to being a living example to all 
mankind. As their spiritual descendants, you and I are called to do no 
less. In the words of our 1997 Annual Meeting theme, "Hence I remind 
you to rekindle the gift of God that is within you ... for God did not give us 
a spirit of timidity but a spirit of power and love and self-control." [II Timo- 
thy 1:6-7] 

But how do we rekindle that Gift? I believe that the answer lies in our 
Lordis words as found in John 1 5:5, "I am the vine, you are the branches. 
He who abides in me and I in him, he it is that bears much fruit, for apart 
from me you can do nothing." My prayer for all of us, the Executive 
Committee, the Divisions and Commissions, the Churches, and the men, 
women, and children in the pew, is that each of us may consciously and 
persistently remember that we are Goof's people and that we are called to 
do God's work in the little everyday things as well as the big Issues that 
confront us. If we can do that, surely we shall bear much fruit, as Jesus 
promised. 

Philip Muth 





THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARrS MESSAGE 

AYEAR OF RENEWAL 

I realize this is my last Executive Secretary year- 
book message, so I ask, will this be a truly exciting 
year for the National Association? 

Our Annual Meeting created a Financial Services 
Committee by combining the Financial Steward- 
ship Committee and the Building and Loan Divi- 
sion. We increased the years a person can serve 
as Executive Secretary from 6 to 1 years. These 
were important votes as we prepare to move into 
the 21st century. The delegates also approved 
proceeding with the organizational concept presented by the Executive 
Committee. During this year, many will be working diligently on the pro- 
cess of developing divisional, committee and team structures to enable 
the National Association and its member churches to more effectively 
fellowship with each other. This far reaching concept does not alter the 
founderfs concept of the National Association. The glue that binds us 
together remains the same. No powers granted to the National Associa- 
tion or to member churches change in any way. The concept deals spe- 
cifically with the manner in which services can be more effectively deliv- 
ered in response to the needs of our churches. 

The Financial Services Committee will begin to provide expanded ser- 
vices. This may be gradual but by next year, improvements should be 
evident in terms of our ability to help increase church stewardship and 
manage our assets and facilities better. 

The Communications Commission will be considering how to more effec- 
tively communicate with each other while providing vital information to 
our members and those interested in the Congregational Way. 

Equally exciting are the opportunities that will be explored in ministry, 
outreach and church support. The concept increases the number of vol- 
unteers from approximately 140 to over 400. This three fold increase will 
provide the members of our churches many new opportunities to serve 
the NA. 

I have enjoyed working for you during the past five years and look for- 
ward to my final year as we work to develop a plan the delegates will 
approve in Atlanta in June, 1 997. During the year, you will have opportu- 
nities to review this work, make suggestions and be part of the process. 
The meeting in Atlanta can be the most important meeting the National 
Association has held in years. I hope your church will be certain to send 
a delegate. 

Mike Robertson 



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OFFICERS 



MODERATOR 

Rev. Dr. Philip A. Muth 
(Peggy) 
(First Cong'l, Hutchinson, KS) 



3065 Fairwood Court 
Wauwatosa, Wl 53222 
Phone: (414)257-3099 



MODERATOR-ELECT 

Theodore A. Flynn 
(Carolyn) 

(Cong'l Church of the Chimes, 
Sherman Oaks) 



4553 Sancola Avenue 
Toluca Lake, CA 91602 
Home: (818)760-8061 
Office: (818)841-6030 
FAX: (818)841-7130 
Email: pmcsaies@aol.com 



IMMEDIATE PAST MODERATOR 

D. Keith Deacon, deceased 



ASSOCIATION & CORPORATION SECRETARY 

Lois A. Heilmann 9 Ridge Avenue 

(First Cong'l. Etna) Pittsburgh, PA 15223 

Home: (412)781-7935 



TREASURER 

James H. Walsh 
(Gloria) 
(First Cong'l, Wauwatosa) 



1 085 Lower Ridgeway 
Elm Grove, Wl 53122 
Phone: (414)786-7832 



HISTORIAN 

Rev. Leslie R. Shultz II 
(Helga) 
(First Cong'l, Mukwonago) 



201 Roberts Drive 
Mukwonago, Wl 51349 
Home: (414)363-3240 
Office: (414)363-7249 



LEGAL COUNSEL 



Walter S. Davis 
Davis & Kuelthau 

(First Cong'l, Wauwatosa) 



1 1 1 East Kilbourn Avenue 
Milwaukee, Wl 53202 
Phone:(414)276-0200 



PERSONS WHO HAVE SERVED 

- OR PRESENTLY SERVE - 

ON THE EXECUTIVE STAFF 

OF THE ASSOCIATION 

1955 (Year Established) to Date 



Abercrombie, A. Vaughan 
Alexander, John H. 
Appelquist, A. Ray 
Boring, Walter A. 
Britton, Erwin A. 
Brown, George W. Jr. 
Brownell, Donald R. 
Clark, Harry W. 
Claxton, John W. 
Deinstadt, Leslie G. 
Edwards, Trudi 
Frentz, Harold G. 
Gray, David L. 
Halcomb, Michael P. 
Jackson, Phil 
Johnson, Harry 
Kime, F. Willard 
Koch, Mary 
Matheny, Michael 
Moore, John 
Rennebohm, J. Fred 
Robertson, Michael S. 
Rygh, Christopher 
Scanland, Robert H. 
Swanson, Neil H. Jr. 
Vernon. Walter J. 



1965-1968 

1967-1975 

1975-1985 

1982-1987 

1975-1981 

1969-1979 

1969 

1984-1994 

1963-1969 

1965-1966 

1962-Present 

1979-1988 

1979-1986 

1987-Present 

1994-Present 

1955-1958 

1960-1962 

1993-1994 

1986-1987 

1994-Present 

1985-1991 

1991 -Present 

1994-1996 

1962-1964 

1959-1964 

1970-1974 



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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION STAFF 



EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 



ASSOCIATE EXECUTIVE 
SECRETARY FOR MISSIONS 



ASSOCIATE EXECUTIVE 
SECRETARY FOR 
MINISTERIAL DEVELOPMENT 
AND SERVICE 

CONTROLLER 



YOUTH DIRECTOR 
COMMISSIONS COORDINATOR 



Assistant to Mike Robertson 



Mailing List Manager 



Receptionist 



Assistant to Phil Jackson 



Assistant to Michael Halcomb 



Assistant to Trudi Edwards 



Meeting Coordinator & 
Financial Assistant 



Michael S. Robertson 
(Peggy) 

Home Phone: (414) 964-4819 
Voice Mail Ext: 19 

Rev. Dr. Michael P. Halcomb 
(Bonnie) 
Home Phone: (414) 332-1976 
Voice Mail Ext: 17 

Rev. Phil R. Jackson 
(Michelle) 
Home Phone: (414) 332-1979 
Voice Mail Ext: 23 

Trudi Edwards 

(Wilmer) 
Home Phone: (414) 546-0056 
Voice Mail Ext: 18 

(open at time of printing) 

John Moore 
(Susan) 

Home Phone: (414) 259-0763 
Voice Mail Ext: 21 

Carrie Dahm (Ken) 
Voice Mail Ext: 1 1 

Zorica Dimltrijevic 
Voice Mail Ext: 14 

Diana Hall (John) 
Voice Mail Ext: 20 

Karen Frazzell (Victor) 
Voice Mail Ext: 13 

Ruth Mahnke (Bill) 
Voice Mail Ext: 12 

Nancy Ristic (Robert) 
Voice Mail Ext: 10 

Elizabeth Wroblewski 
Voice Mail Ext: 24 



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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



1993-1997 



Jerold R. Cochran, Ch. 
(Dorothy) 

(Church of the Oaks, 
Del Rey Oaks) 



141 Pacific Avenue 
Pacific Grove, CA 93950 
Honne: (408)649-8013 
FAX: (408)649-1205 



Rev. Thomas M. Richard 
(Lee Anne) 
(First Cong'l, Nantucket) 



PO Box 126 
Nantucket, MA 02554 
Home: (508)228-0450 
Office: (508)228-0950 
FAX: (508)228-0095 
Email: ThomasR322@aol.com 



Robert E. Walden, M.D. 
(Ethel) 
(First Cong'l, Toledo) 



1931 Mt. Vernon Avenue 
Toledo, OH 43607 
Home: (419)531-4833 
Office: (419)381-5695 
FAX: (419)381-3031 



1994-1998 



Rev. D. Elizabeth Audette 

(Rockland Cong'l, Rockland) 



HC 32 Box 2750 
Owl's Head, ME 04854 
Home: (207)596-2950 
Office: (207)594-8656 
Email: revdea@acadia.net 



Claire Horvitz 
(Lou) 

(Cong'l Church of Chimes, 
Sherman Oaks) 



4650 Morse Avenue 
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423 
Home: (818)784-3146 



Rev. Dr. Patrick Shelley, Vice-Ch. 
(Plymouth Cong'l, Lansing) 



2001 E. Grand River Avenue 
Lansing, Ml 48912 
Home: (517)337-3937 
Office: (517) 484-9495 
FAX: (517)484-2588 



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Continued next page. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (Continued) 



1995-1999 



Rev. Dr. Steven Berry 
(Carol) 
(First Cong'l, Los Angeles) 



540 S. Commonwealth Ave. 
Los Angeles, CA 90020-1298 
Home: (818)760-0539 
Office: (213)385-1341 
FAX: (213)385-1388 



Rev„ Robert Fleischmann 
(Chris) 
(Duluth Cong'l, Duluth) 



7819 W. Briar Lake Drive 
Duluth, MN 55803-9737 
Phone: (218)525-7604 
FAX: (218) 525-7604 (call first) 
Email: bobfleisch@aol.com 



Marjorie Walbridge 
(Harry) 
(First Cong'l, Roscommon) 



P.O. Box 652 
Roscommon, Ml 48653 
Phone: (517)275-8138 



1996-2000 



Rev. Steven H. Ware Bailey 

(Bushnell Cong'l, Detroit) 



15000 Southfleld Road 
Detroit, Ml 48223 
Home: (810)356-0175 
Office: (313)272-3550 
FAX: (313)838-5801 



Rev. Richard D. Liles 
(Joan) 
(First Cong'l, Hutchinson) 



203 S. Park Drive 
Hutchinson, KS 67502 
Phone: (316)662-6391 



Noel W. Nllson 
(Carolyn) 

(Colebrook Cong'l, 
Colebrook, CT) 



38 Rood Hill Road 
Sandisfield, MA 01255-9635 
Home: (413)258-3369 
FAX: (413)258-3369 
Email: noelnil@aol.com 



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SUBCOMMITTEES OF THE EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEE 



Budget 



Patrick Shelley, Oh. 
Steven Berry 
Jerold Cochran 
Noel Nilson 



Interim 



Jerold Cochran, Ch. 
Elizabeth Audette 
Robert Fleischmann 
Thomas Richard 
Patrick Shelley 
Robert Walden 
Lois Heilmann, Ex Officio 



Membership 



Marjorie Walbridge, Ch. 
Jerold Cochran 
Richard Liles 



By-laws 



Elizabeth Audette, Ch. 
Steven H. Ware Bailey 
Thomas Richard 



Nominations and 
Appointments 



Robert Fleischmann, Ch. 
Steven H. Ware Bailey 
Claire Horvitz 
Robert Walden 
Lois Heilmann, Ex Officio 



Personnel and Administration 



Robert Walden, Ch. 
Elizabeth Audette 
Richard Liles 
Marjorie Walbridge 



Publications/Computer 



Thomas Richard, Ch. 
Steven Berry 
Claire Horvitz 
Noel Nilson 



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CORPORATE DIVISION MEMBERS 



Congregational Church 
Development 

C.F.T.S. 

Division for the Ministry 

Missionary Society 



Robert Fleischmann 
Patrick Shelley 
Richard Liles 
Steven Berry 



Credentials 
Nominations, N.A. Officers 
Investment Advisory 
Financial Services Committee 
Christian Education 
Communications 
Family Life 
Spiritual Resources 
Women's Commission 
World Christian Relations 
Youth 
Resolutions 



LIAISON ASSIGNMENTS 

Richard Liles 



Robert Fleischmann 
Robert Fleischmann 
Patrick Shelley 
Claire Horvitz 
Thomas Richard 
Robert Walden 
Steven Berry 
Marjorie Walbridge 
Steven H. Ware Bailey 
Elizabeth Audette 
Thomas Richard 



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THE CONGREGATIONALIST 



Joseph B. Polhemus, Editor 
(Berenice) 
(First Cong'l, Mansfield) 



1105 Briarwood Road 
Mansfield, OH 44907 
Home: (419)756-5526 
FAX: (419)524-2621 
Email: Joe Polhemus© 

freenet.richland.oh.us 



CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE 



1994-1997 



Dale Winning 

(First Cong'l, Etna) 



1 Howard St. Apt. 302 
Pittsburgh, PA 15209 
Phone: (412)821-6282 



1995-1998 



Wayne M. Tolnai 
(Lillian) 
(Mt. Hope, Livonia) 



7519 Corbett Drive 
Canton, Ml 48187 
Phone: (313)455-0124 



1996-1999 



Betty Malcomb 

(First Cong'l, Los Angeles) 



4596 N. Vistapark Drive 
Moorpark. CA 93021-2146 
Phone: (805)529-6493 



Liaison Member 
Richard Liles 



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LIBRARY BOARD 



1994-1997 



Mrs. Patricia Jipson 

(North Shore CC. Fox Point) 



1994-1998 

Edward A. Dickinson 
(Margaret/Peg) 
(North Shore CC, Fox Point) 



1995-1999 

Rev. Dr. Steven Peay 
(Julie) 
(First Cong'l, Wauwatosa) 

1996-2000 



7236 N. Navajo Avenue 
Milwaukee, Wl 53217 
Home: (414)352-6546 



7515 N. Links Way 
Milwaukee, Wl 53217 
Home: (414)352-4228 
Office: (414)241-9140 
FAX: (414)241-5010 



2032 Two Tree Lane 
Wauwatosa. Wl 53213 
Phone: (414)453-9504 



Kay Taylor 8839 Greenvale Road 

(Roger) Bayside. Wl 53217 

(North Shore Cong'l, Fox Point) Home: (414) 352-1258 



Ex Officio 
Rev. Leslie R. Shultz. II 



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PROGRAM COMMITTEE-1997 ANNUAL MEETING 
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



Rev. Dr. Philip A. Muth, Moderator 
(Peggy) 
(First Cong'l, Hutchinson, KS) 



3065 Fairwood Court 
Wauwatosa, Wl 53222 
Phone: (414)257-3099 



Rev. Dr. Arlin T. Larson, Host Co-Chair 
(Sharon) 
(Piedmont College Chapel) 



Kathy Wies, Host Co-Chair 
(Ron) 
(Piedmont College Chapel) 



Rev. Robert Carlson 
(V. Elaine) 

(East Orrington Cong'l, 
Orrington) 

Jerold R. Cochran 
(Dorothy) 

(Church of the Oaks, 
(Del Rey Oaks) 

Rev. Dr. John F. Doud 
(Catherine) 
(Arbor Grove Cong'l, Jackson) 



Piedmont College 
P.O. Box 10 
165 Central Avenue 
Demorest, GA 30535 
Home: (706)778-2205 
Office: (706)778-3000 

Piedmont College 
P.O. Box 10 
165 Central Avenue 
Demorest, GA 30535 
Office: (706)778-3000 

RFD1,Box619A 
Orrington, ME 04474 
Office: (207)825-3404 



141 Pacific Avenue 
Pacific Grove, CA 93950 
Home: (408)649-8013 
FAX: (408)649-1205 

2621 McCain Road 
Jackson, Ml 49203 
Home: (517)789-7571 
Office: (517)784-4824 



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PROGRAM COMMITTEE (Continued) 

Theodore Flynn 4553 Sancola Avenue 

(Carolyn) Toluca Lake, CA 91602 

(Cong'l Church of the Chimes, Home: (818) 760-8061 
Sherman Oaks) Office: (818)841-6030 

FAX: (818)841-7130 
Email: pmcsales@aol.com 

Barbara Janikowsky 1225 E. Manor Circle 

(Earl) Milwaukee, Wl 53217 

(North Shore Cong'l, Milwaukee)Home: (414) 352-7567 

Joyce Orr 3147 Madison Street 

(Kenney) Waukesha, Wl 53188 

(First Cong'l. Wauwatosa) Home: (414) 542-7215 

Office: (414)782-3110 
Email: JR01620@aol.com 



Michael Robertson, Ex Officio 
Elizabeth Wroblewski, Ex Officio 
Office: (800)262-1620 
FAX: (414)764-0319 



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NOMINATING COMMITTEE 
OF THE ASSOCIATION 



1995-1997 



Rev. John Currier 

(Lisa A. Hebert) 

(Lake Country, Hartland) 



P.O. Box 251 
Hartland, Wl 53029 
Home: (414)367-8153 
Office: (414)367-5631 
FAX: (414)367-8154 
Email: merovech@aol.com 



Rev. Arthur P. Ritter, Ch. 4160 Middlebelt Road 

(Laura) West Bloomfield. Ml 48323 

(Pine Hill Cong'l, W. Bloomfield) Home: (810) 855-1619 

OfHce: (810)626-2737 



Nancy Smart 
(Allen) 
(First Cong'l, Wauwatosa) 



7711 Wheeler Island Road 
Three Lakes. Wl 54562 
Phone: (715)546-2470 



1996-1998 



Homer Bailey 
(Carol) 
(First Cong'l, Peterson) 



4275 110^^ Avenue 
Peterson, I A 51047 
Home: (712)933-2711 



Joyce Orr 

(Kenney) 
(First Cong' 



3147 Madison Street 
Waukesha, Wl 53188 
Wauwatosa) Home: (414)542-7215 

Office: (414)782-3110 
Email: JR01620@aol.com 



Rev. William S. Trump, Jr. 
(Kathy) 

(Cong'l Church of the Chimes, 
Sherman Oaks) 



Liasion Member 
Robert Fleischmann 



14115 Magnolia Blvd. 
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423 
Home: (818)994-4498 
Office: (818)789-7124 
FAX: (818)789-3253 
Email: BILLTRUMP@aol.com 



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INVESTMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

The Investment Advisory Committee directs the investment of 
Association endowment and reserve funds, in accordance with 
previously established criteria. These investments are managed by a 
professional investment manager, whose performance is regularly 
matched against industry standards by Committee members. 



Dr. J. Fred Rennebohm 
(Marilynn) 
(First Cong'l, Wauwatosa) 



1390 Crescent Drive 
Elm Grove, Wl 53122 
Home: (414)786-8329 



Robert C. Brunner, Ch. 8330 N. Green Bay Road 

(Audrey) River Hills, Wl 53217-2064 

(North Shore Cong'l, Fox Point) Home: (414) 354-7809 

FAX: (414)354-2428 

Arthur Ebert 9632 N. Valley Hill Drive 

(Joan) Mequon, Wl 53092 

(North Shore Cong'l, Fox Point) Home: (414)241-9632 

Office: (414)278-8500 



R. Ron Heiligenstein 
(Judith) 
(Mayflower Cong'l, River Hills) 



8210 N. Green Bay Road 
Milwaukee, Wl 53217 
Home: (414)354-2121 
FAX: (414)365-0577 



Keith Naeve 

(Plymouth Cong'l, Racine) 



1315 N. Sunnyslope Dr. #204 
Racine. Wl 53406-3474 
Home: (414)886-0977 
FAX: (414)884-0978 



Donald T. Miesbauer 
(Janice) 
(First Cong'l, Wauwatosa) 



8157 Woodland Avenue 
Wauwatosa, Wl 53213 
Phone: (414)453-2070 



Ex Officio 
Harold G. Frentz 
James Walsh 

Liaison Member 
Robert Fleischmann 



Staff Executive 
Michael S. Robertson 



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FINANCIAL SERVICES COMMITTEE 



The Financial Services Committee (FSC) shall have the responsibility 
for fund raising; long range planning including the identification of 
financial needs; budget assistance to committees, commissions, and 
divisions; and other financial services to the association in the area of 
Building and Loan, insurance, benefits, financial advisors, stewardship 
and the delivery of financial services to our churches. 



William Barnes, Vice Ch. 
(Barbara) 
(Plymouth Cong'l, Plainfield) 

Harold Frentz 
(Elsie) 

(Community Congregational, 
Huntington Park) 

Winifred Hessinger 

(First Cong'l, Los Angeles) 



Thomas Lootens 
(Enid T.) 
(First Cong'l, Royal Oak) 

Allen Maurer 

(Glenda) 

(Church in the Gardens, 

Forest Hills) 

Grant Stannard 

(Katherine) 

(Plymouth Cong'l, Wichita) 



Arthur E. Wallach, Ch. 
(Lee) 
(First Cong'l, Akron) 

Ex Offcio 

Patrick Shelley 

James Walsh 
Staff Executive 

Michael S. Robertson 



1961 Naperville Road 
Plainfield, IL 60544 
Home: (815)436-5039 

10035 Haledon.#1 
Downey, CA 90240 
Home: (310)862-9283 
Office: (213)581-2159 

1707MichetorenaSt. #306 
Los Angeles, CA 90026-1142 
Home: (213)663-4873 
FAX: (213)221-4123 

3003 Linwood Ave. 

Royal Oak, Ml 48073-3024 

Phone: (810)288-4029 

8246 Kew Gardens Road 
Kew Gardens, NY 11415 
Home: (718)268-6564 
Office: (718)520-6358 

P.O. Box 4064 
Wichita, KS 67204-0064 
Home: (316)634-2858 
Office: (316)744-0433 
FAX: (316)744-0436 

379 Nob Hill Drive 
Akron, OH 44303 
Phone: (330)836-4815 
FAX: (330) 836-4815 plus *11 



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The Activities of the Financial Services Committee are carried out by the 
following teams: 

Fund Raising Team is responsible for: 

• Raising unrestricted funds for Administration Expenses: 

Local Church Solicitations (Congregational Fellowship 

Campaign) 

Selected Individual Solicitation 

Business Gifts 

Special Gifts (estates, trusts, etc.) 

• Raising endowment funds and other restricted gifts: 

Foundations 

Individuals 

Grants 

Hiring and supervising an outside fund raising 

organization/person 

• Coordinating the development of a Long Range Fund Raising Plan. 

• On request, providing advice, counsel, assistance and training to 
other NA Divisions and Commissions. 

Budget Consulting Team is responsible for: 

• Reviewing Budgeting Process 

• Assisting in the preparation of the General Operating Budget: 

Prepare Estimates of Income 

Development of the General Operating Fund allocations to the 

Divisions and Commissions. 

• On request, assisting Divisions and Commissions: 

Budget Preparation 
Budget Review 
Training 

• Assisting in Development of overall NA Budget 



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Financial Stewardship Team is responsible for: 

• Providing the following consulting services and programs to local 
churches to assist them in fulfilling their local missions and meeting 
the challenges facing them in the 21^* century. 

Stewardship programs 
Planned Giving programs 
Endowment/Investment Development 
Endowment/Investment Fund Management 
Promotion of Congregational Investment Trust 
Estate Planning and Wills Seminar 
Financial Management and Planning 
Internal Budgeting Process 
Debt Management 

• Tailoring existing NA Programs to meet a local church's need 

• Conducting training programs and seminars 
Building and Loan Team is responsible for: 

• Providing loans to local churches for new buildings, additions, 
remodeling, repairing, and emergencies. 

• Providing consulting and training services to local churches in the 
areas of: 

Building Plans and programs 

Building maintenance plans and programs 

Compensation and Benefits Team is responsible for: 

• Minister Compensation Packages 

• Pension Plans 

• Health Insurance 

Insurance Team is responsible for: 

• Fire and Liability Insurance 



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Training Team is responsible for: 

• Training in all FSC areas 

• Information and Marketing programs covering all areas of FSC 
responsibility 

• Information booth/table at annual meeting 

• Coordination of FSC Seminars 

• Development of Training programs and services in FSC areas 

• Development of FSC new member indoctrination program 

• Development of "Train the Trainers" programs 

Regional Financial Services Teams are the FSC's "on site" contact 
with the local churches. They: 

• Maintain a regular contact with the churches within their designated 
area 

• Keep the local churches aware of the services available to them 

• At the request of the local church, arrange for or provide the service 
required. 

• Act as a goodwill ambassador for the NA. 



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Financial Services Committee 



Organizational Chart: 



© 



Fund 

Raising 

Team 



Training 
Team 



Q 


1 


Financial 
Services 
Teams 1 








r— 




2 








31 






4| 






5| 









Insurance 
Team 



Executive 
Committee 



Financial 

Services 

Committee 



©&[I] 



Budget 

Consulting 

Team 



Building & 
Loan Team 



Financial 
Stewardship Team 



Financial 
Services 
Teams 6 






10 



Compensation 

& 
Benefits Team 



© 



0= number of team members U = number of EC. staff or FSC advisors 



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BUILDING AND LOAN FUND TEAM 

The Building and Loan Fund was originally incorporated In April, 1959 
(without stock and not for profit). In March, 1962, the incorporated Fund 
was dissolved and its assets were transferred to the Corporation for the 
Association. 

Its purpose is to promote, encourage, assist, and - in any manner - aid 
the establishment, building, remodeling, maintenance, repair, location 
and/or relocation of Congregational Christian Churches which are 
members of the Association. It seeks and encourages contributions so 
that it may extend assistance to an increasing number of Churches. 

You may contact: 



Irven Gammon 
(Brenda) 
(Second Cong'l, Warren) 



P.O. Box 366 
Warren, ME 04864 
Phone: (207)273-2634 



Gustave Goldshine 
(Marilyn) 
(Pilgrim Cong'l, Pomona) 



336 Hudson 
Placentia, CA 92870 
Phone: (714)993-1475 



Milo M. Matthies 
(Sonah) 



7133 N.W. Winter 

Kansas City, MO 64152-2960 

Home: (816)587-8848 



William A. Riner, Ch. 
(Dortha) 
(First Cong'l, Cheyenne) 



108 W. 29th Street 
Cheyenne, WY 82001 
Home: (307)632-4521 



Jonathan R. White 
(Marcia) 
(First Cong'l, Saugatuck) 



1045KenesawSE 
East Grand Rapids, Ml 49506 
Home: (616)942-8505 
Office: (616)895-2291 
FAX: (616)895-3288 



Financial Services Committee Representative 
William Barnes 

Staff Executive 
Michael R. Robertson 



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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 
(A Division) 

A statement of purpose for the Congregational Church Development Division 
appears in the Bylaws of the Corporation for the National Association as 
follows: 

"To serve as the Agency of the National Association of 
Congregational Christian Churches in encouraging and supporting the 
organization and development of new Congregational Christian Churches by 
such methods and in such locations as the Division may determine 
appropriate after due study and survey, including response to the inquiries of 
self-generating groups which may request counsel and support from the 
National Association for such a purpose." 

The Division has the power to accept, accumulate, and expend funds 
designated for the above purposes, all funds being held in the name of the 
Corporation for the Association. In 1995, The Division established a goal of 
starting 100 new Congregational Churches by 2020 A.D. It elects Its own 
officers and reports semi-annually to the Executive Committee sitting as the 
Board of Directors of the Corporation. It also is involved in the promotion and 
administration of the Ten Dollar Plus Club. 



1993-1997 



Rev. Catherine Edwards Schuyler 
(Rick) 



112 Long Drive 
Hempstead. NY 11550 
Home: (516)489-0640 
Office: (516)746-1700 



Frank Johnston, Oh. 
(Kay) 
(First Cong'l, Salt Lake City) 



360 Evergreen Drive 
Summit Park, UT 84098 
Home: (801)645-8066 
Office: (801)649-5661 
FAX: (801) 649-6560 



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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 
(Continued) 

1994-1998 

James A. Hopkins 260 Division Street 

(Riverpoint Cong'l, W. Warwick) East Greenwich, Rl 02818-4045 

Home: (401)884-8986 
Office: (401)724-8800 x167 
FAX: (401)723-2690 



Rev. Dennis Virta 
(Debbie) 
(Christ Church, Hales Corners) 



1995-1999 

Rev. Richard Hotchkin 
(Toni) 
(First Cong'l, Belolt) 



Rev. Milton White 
(Patricia) 
(Cong'l Church, Sun City) 



1996-2000 



7912 Fielding Lane 
Greendale, Wl 53129 
Home: (414)423-6788 
Office: (414)423-6750 
Fax: (414)423-6788 
Email: virta@execpc,com 



801 Bushnell Street 
Belolt, Wl 53511 
Home: (608)362-2759 
Office: (608)362-4821 

16621 Lake Forest Drive 
Sun City, AZ 85351-1352 
Home: (602)972-4767 
Office: (602)977-4241 
FAX: (602)977-0008 



Rev. Robert C. Joy 
(Juliann) 
(First Cong'l, Toulon) 

David Ogden 

(First Cong'l, Nantucket) 



Corporate Member 
Robert Fleischmann 

Staff Executive 
Michael P. Halcomb 



403 N. Henderson Street 
Toulon. IL 61483 
Home: (309)286-7005 
Church: (309)286-4901 

1 9 Meadowvlew Drive 
Nantucket, MA 02554 
Phone: (508)228-2713 



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CONGREGATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR 

THEOLOGICAL STUDIES 

(A Division) 

The Congregational Foundation for Theological Studies was established 
in 1961 as a response to the concern many people were expressing for 
where the churches were to find ministers whose commitment, training 
and preparation fitted them uniquely for service to these churches of the 
Congregational Way. 

It represents an unusual approach to theological education designed to 
serve the special requirements of our diverse Congregational fellowship 
in which no single theological or social viewpoint can represent all of the 
churches. 

CFTS is, as the name denotes, a Foundation which provides financial aid 
in the form of grants and scholarships and thereby places a fine 
theological education within the reach of all potential Congregational 
ministers. It also seeks to enrich each student's program academically 
by providing a directed study in Congregational History and Polity and by 
providing annual seminars on topics related to ministry in the 
Congregational churches. To provide experience in the practice of 
ministry, each student is required to serve an internship in an approved 
NACCC teaching church. By giving equal emphasis to the financial, the 
academic and the practical portions of the program, the Congregational 
Foundation for Theological Studies provides unusually fine preparation 
for ministry in Congregational churches of our Association. 

To continue its mission and to assure the future of the Congregational 
min- istry, the Foundation depends on the member churches of the 
Association to: 

Provide regular financial support; 

Identify talented and committed men and women, and to 
challenge them to give serious consideration to the Congregational 
ministry as a vocation; 

Provide practical work experiences in Congregational churches 
for CFTS interns. 

For additional information, contact the CFTS Dean: 
The Rev. Phil R. Jackson 
P.O. Box 1620 
Oak Creek. Wl 53154 

Continued next page. 

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C.F.T.S, (Continued) 



1993-1997 



Rev. Ashley M. Cook, Ch. 
(DavJd Hutchinson) 
(Atkinson Memorial, 
Oregon City) 



517 Jefferson Street 
Oregon City, OR 97045 
Home: (503)557-7700 
Office: (503)656-7296 



Judge James D. Rogers 
(Leanna M.) 
(Plymouth Cong'l 



14110 Prince Place 
Minnetonka, MN 55345-3027 
Minneapolis) Home: (612)935-8185 



1994-1998 



Rev. Dewey Gierke 
(Helen) 
(Florence Cong'l, Florence) 



Blaine H. Simons 
(Diane) 
(First Cong'l, Salt Lake City) 



122 Pine Street 
Florence, MA 01060 
Home: (413)584-9049 
Office: (413)584-1325 

2691 Flamingo Drive 
Salt Lake City, UT 84117 
Home: (801)272-1787 
Office: (801)267-5600 
FAX: (801)262-4892 



1995-1999 



Betty Godard 

(First Cong'l, Akron) 



2637 Revere Road 
Akron, OH 44333-1227 
Phone: (216)376-6517 
FAX: (216)659-9677 



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C.F.T.S. (Continued) 

1996-2000 

Joel T. Greer 1 12 W. Church Street 

(Sharon) Marshalltown, lA 50158 

(First Cong'l, Marshalltown) Home: (515) 753-5031 

Office: (515)752-5467 

Rev. Alice Murphy 1695 Scenic Road 

(St. Jacobi Cong'l, Richfield) Richfield, Wl 53076 

Home: (414)663-6302 
Church: (414)628-3234 

Rev. Sharon A. Wozencraft 2901 W. Mt. Hope Avenue 

(George N. Thompson) Lansing, Ml 48911 

(Mayflower Cong'l, Lansing) Church: (517)484-3139 

Office: (517)484-0525 



Corporate Member 
Patrick Shelley 

Staff Executive 
Phil R. Jackson 



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DIVISION FOR MINISTRY 

The chief concern of this Division is for the Congregational ministry in its 
variety of forms. Through the office of the Staff Secretary for Pastoral 
Relations, support and aid are offered search committees as they seek 
ministers for churches of the Association, and consultation is offered to 
churches and ministers seeking to resolve problems and conflicts. The Office 
of Pastoral Relations also maintains current files of records and profiles for 
each Association member church, and credentials and professional dossiers 
for ministers. In addition, the Division for Ministry acts as the agent for the 
Congregational churches for the endorsement of military, Veterans 
Administration, hospital and prison chaplains. 

The Division also administers several special funds: 

The Ministerial Assistance/Enrichment Fund provides emergency financial 
assistance to ministers, both active and retired. Also, financial support is 
offered for a variety of continuing education opportunities. With resources of 
this fund, the Ministers' Convocation is planned and presented by the Division 
Board. 

The Retired Ministers' Fund was established by the Rev. Dr. Max Strang, a 
long-time Congregational minister, and Mr. Fred Hoerner, a Congregational 
layman, to recognize the value of the service rendered by retired 
Congregational ministers and their spouses. This fund has been supported 
generously by the churches of the Association and now provides an annual 
stipend to all retired ministers who have served NACCC churches. 

The Winthrop Administration Fund was established in 1987 by the Division 
Board to provide for the cost of administering the programs and services of the 
Division. At this time the Winthrop Fund endowment is inadequate to cover 
administrative costs. Donations to this very important fund are greatly 
appreciated. 

1993-1997 

Rev. Henry (Jack) Brown, Oh. 3061 N. Adams Road 

(Pamela) Bloomfield Hills. Ml 48304-3701 

(Pilgrim Cong'l, Bloomfield Hills) Home: (810) 649-1049 

Office: (810)642-2290 

Rev. Joseph Clarke (1995) Heritage Cong. Church 

(Judy) 1801 E. 29th Avenue 

(Heritage Cong'l, Spokane) Spokane, WA 99203 

Office: (509)624-5090 

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DIVISION FOR MINISTRY (Continued) 



1994-1998 

Rev. Gregory Ellcey 
(Barbara) 
(First Cong'l, Marshalltown) 



Louise Scott 

(William) 

(First Cong'l, Hanson) 



1995-1999 

Rev. James E. Eaton 

(United Cong'l, Norwich) 



Dottie Schimpf 
(Karl) 

(North Shore Cong'l, 
Milwaukee) 

1996-2000 

Rev. Marianne Neufeld 

(Trinity Cong'l, Adams) 



Rev. Rutha Sharpe 

(Christ's Cong'l, Detroit) 



Corporate Member 

Richard Liles 
Staff Executive 

Phil R. Jackson 



312 W. Main Street 
Marshalltown, I A 50158 
Home: (515)752-4957 
Office: (515)752-4239 
FAX: (515)752-4230 

328 Indian Head Street 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Home: (617)293-6875 
Ans. Mach.: (617)293-6857 
FAX: (617)293-5049 



87 Broadway 
NonA/ich, CT 06360 
Home: (203)886-2668 
Office: (203)889-1363 
FAX: (203)889-1363 
Email: strider23@mindport.net 

11227 N. Bobolink 
Mequon.WI 53092 
Home: (414)242-2621 
Office: (414)963-6159 



1016 County Road M 
Adams, Wl 53910 
Home: (608)339-9733 
Office: (608)339-6717 

2587 Lakewood 
Detroit, Ml 48215 
Home: (313)823-8795 
Office: (313)256-1270 
Email: RSharpe989@aol.com 



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MISSIONARY SOCIETY 
(A Division) 

The mandate for missions comes first from Scripture, which says "Therefore 
go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the 
Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit..." (Matthew 28:19-20). The tradition 
of Congregational churches' Involvement in Christian missions began in the 
colonial period and is as long and faithful as any in American history. Your 
Missionary Society is working to build an even deeper commitment to this 
ministry of outreach in the churches of our Association. 

The present Missionary Society was established in 1954, and in 1961 
became a Division of the Corporation for the National Association of 
Congregational Christian Churches. The statement of purpose for the 
Missionary Society appears in the Bylaws of the Corporation, as follows: 

^^ To serve as the missionary agent of the churches of the National 
Association, and of such churches as desire its sen/ice; to receive, 
manage, and distribute such funds and properties as may be 
entrusted to it according to the expressed wishes of the donors, or in 
the absence of such designation, by vote of the division; to counsel 
with such Churches as call upon it in the area of their missionary 
concern: and generally to stimulate the spreading of the Gospel of 
Jesus Christ by such means as are in keeping with the basic principle 
of the Congregational Christian Churches..." 

Volunteer board members serve this Division and its worldwide concerns. 
Funds received are disbursed through the Treasury of the National 
Association of Congregational Christian Churches. Gifts are faithfully 
administered according to the wishes of the donors. Working in cooperation 
with its Executive Staff person, the Missionary Society monitors all selected 
projects so that individuals and churches in our Association may have 
confidence that their contributions are used with integrity and for purposes 
which are In valid support of Christian missions. 

The Missionary Society strives to select projects that are distinctively 
Christian and distinctively Congregational. Currently, missionaries in twelve 
countries are receiving our support. Aid is given to churches and other 
mission projects in the United States, some of which are cross-cultural in 
nature. Overall, this program of Christian missions is becoming more holistic, 
ministering to the needs of the whole person, including the spiritual, the 
physical, and the relational. All supported missions are under regular review 
and evaluation. The needs are genuine, and the projects are worthy of 
prayerful and generous support. 

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MISSIONARY SOCIETY (Continued) 



1993-1997 



Carney W. Baker 

(Plymouth Cong'l, Wichita) 



1218 North Crestway 
Wichita. KS 67208 
Home: (316)684-2201 
FAX: (316)684-0223 



Mary Foster 
(John) 
(Berkshire Comm., Richmond) 

Rev. Gary W. Pierce 
(Sharon) 
(Pilgrim Cong'l, Green Bay) 



Route 3, 1 1 1 Swamp Road 
Pittsfield. MA 01201 
Home: (413)698-2793 

991 Pilgrim Way 
Green Bay, Wl 54304 
Home: (414)468-3156 
Office: (414)499-4515 
FAX: (414)499-2123 
Email: pilgrim@dct.com 



1994-1998 

Pamela Smith (1995), Ch. 318 E. Acacia Road 

(Robert) Fox Point, Wl 53217 

(North Shore Cong'l, Milwaukee)Home: (414) 351-2579 

Office: (414)352-6211 



Rev. Edward H. Fackler 
(Terry) 
(Mayflower CC, Flower Mound) 



Rev. Gard Rowe 

(Flatbush-Tompkins Cong'l, 
Brooklyn) 



601 Glenhill Lane 
Lewisville, TX 75067 
Home: (214)221-2976 
Office: (214)539-9341 

547 Falcon Avenue 
Staten Island, NY 10306-4505 
Home: (516)897-7725 
Office: (516)432-5990 



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MISSIONARY SOCIETY (Continued) 



1995-1999 



Rev. Nancy Bachelder 
(Jon P.) 
(Mayflower CC, Grand Rapids) 



1040 Plymouth Road SE 
Grand Rapids, Ml 49506 
Phone: (616)247-1373 
Email: ntbomo@aol.com 



Rev. Gisela M. Gerdes 

(Cong'l Ch. of the Chimes, 
Sherman Oaks) 



311 E. Stocker St. #206 
Glendale, CA 91207 
Home: (818)549-9850 
Office: (818)789-7124 



Joyce C. McVeigh 
(Joseph) 
(Plymouth Cong'l, Racine) 



3761 St. Andrews Blvd. 
Racine, Wl 53405 
Home: (414)633-8749 
Office: (414)634-5511 



1996-2000 



Agneta Ray 
(Paul) 
(First Cong'l, Yarmouth Port) 



283 W. Yarmouth Road 
West Yarmouth, MA 02673 
Phone: (508)775-1012 



Rev. Barry Johnson 
(Barbara) 
(First United, Jupiter) 



1475 Indian Creek Parkway 
Jupiter, FL 33458 
Phone: (561)744-8340 



Bruce Chapin 

(Mary Ellen) 

(Third Cong'l, Middletown) 



183 Bartholomew Road 
Middletown, CT 06457 
Phone: (860)346-5378 



Corporate Member 
Steven Berry 

Staff Executive 
Michael P. Halcomb 



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COMMISSIONS OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 
Functions of the Commissions 

Association Commissions are extended subcommittees of the 
Executive Committee. They are charged with responsibilities in specific 
areas of concern, such as Christian Education, Communications, 
Family Life in the Church, Spiritual Resources, Women, World Christian 
Relations, and Youth. 



Executive Committee designates a liaison representative to each 
Commission. Commission members are nominated by the Executive 
Committee and from the floor of the Annual Meeting. They are elected 
by Association delegates gathered at the Annual Meeting. A full term is 
four years, with one-fourth of a Commission membership changing 
each year. Following consultation with each Commission, the 
Executive Committee appoints respective chairmen. 



Commissions are granted considerable autonomy in carrying out their 
responsibilities. They report all actions promptly to the Executive 
Committee. Some of these recommendations require further action by 
the Association at its Annual Meeting. In that case, they are reviewed 
by the Executive Committee, and Its recommendations, in turn, are 
submitted at the Annual Meeting. 



Records of enabling resolutions, which originally brought certain 
Commissions into existence, are not available. It has been necessary, 
therefore, to draft a current statement of activities based on actual 
practice, thereby providing information to the membership of the 
Association. 



Subject to availability of funds. Commissions may meet twice a year- 
during the fall or winter months and immediately before the Annual 
Meeting of the Association. Seminars and exhibits are planned by 
many of the Commissions in conjunction with the Annual Meeting. 



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COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

The Commission on Christian Education was organized in 1957 to 
assist churches with their Christian Education programs and to help 
implement the progress of the Congregational Way. 

The Commission works to fulfill Christian Education needs at the local, 
regional, and national levels. Its services include, but are not limited to, 
the development and maintenance of heritage materials, guidance in 
curriculum selection, teacher training programs, and regional 
workshops. This work is accomplished with a continued awareness of 
changing priorities in religious education and with an emphasis on the 
Congregational Way of Faith, Freedom, and Fellowship. 



1993-1997 



Laurie Hale (1996) 
(Darryl) 
(First Cong'l, Vermontville) 



382 E. Main 
Vermontville, Ml 49096 
Home: (517)726-1130 
Office: (517)323-1700 
FAX: (517)323-8404 



James Swinford, Ch. 

(Mayflower Cong'l, 
Flower Mound) 



417 Anice Lane 
Euless, TX 76039 
Home: (817)545-0330 



1994-1998 



Catherine Drake 

(Flatbush-Tompkins, Brooklyn) 



3115Avenuel, Apt. 5L 
Brooklyn, NY 11210 
Home: (718)951-1422 



Carol L Cole (1995) 

(Cong'l Ch. of the Messiah, 
Los Angeles) 



8815 Croydon Avenue 
Los Angeles, CA 90045 
Home: (310)641-7665 
FAX: (310)641-2078 



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COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 
(Continued) 



1995-1999 

Rev. L. G. Parkhurst 
(Patricia) 
(Bethel Cong'l, Edmond) 



Kaye Price 

(Dennis) 

(First Cong'l, Spencer) 

1996-2000 



Pennsylvania & 234th Street 
1051 NW 234th Street 
Edmond, OK 73003 
Phone: (405)341-7477 
Email: bethel@ousooner.com 

910 Elmwood Drive 
Spencer, lA 51301 
Phone: (712)262-5935 



Susan Grant Fowles 
(Ronald) 
(Rockland Cong'l, Rockland) 



RR #3, Box 5800 
Union, ME 04862 
Phone: (207)785-4062 
Email: ronsulin@midcoast.com 



Arlene Schepflin 
(Fred) 
(First Cong'l, Mansfield) 



479 Crescent Road 
Mansfield, OH 44907 
Phone: (419)756-8637 



Liaison Member 
Claire Horvitz 

Staff Executive 
John Moore 



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COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION 



The charge to the Communications Commission shall be: To create, 
produce, promote, and encourage the use of materials which will assist 
churches and individuals in their religious life, and which will promote 
the work of the Congregational Christian Churches. 

The Commission also shall initiate materials which will be helpful in 
promoting and interpreting the Christian way of life from the unique 
perspective of Congregationalism. 

1993-1997 



Margaret Moran(1994) 

(United Cong'l, Norwich) 



P.O. Box 332 
NoHA^ich. CT 06360 
Home: (203)886-8380 



Rev. Noel D. Vanek 
(Chris) 
(Church in the Gardens) 



36 Ascan Avenue 
Forest Hills, NY 11375 
Home: (718)793-0931 
Office: (718)268-6704 



1994-1998 



Paul Bingham 

(Elizabeth) 

(Pilgrim Cong'l, Pomona) 



270 Monroe Street 
Pomona, CA 91767 
Home: (909)620-4039 
FAX: (909)622-6134 



Thomas M. Lynde 
(Tammy) 
(County Line Cong' 



2375 Jonesboro Road 
Hampton, GA 30228 
Hampton) Home: (770)957-6882 
Office: (770)957-0208 
FAX: (770)957-0279 



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COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (Continued) 



1995-1999 



Rev. Dr. W. Robert Murray 
(Barbara) 
(First Cong'l, Ceredo) 



P.O. 60x1148 
Ceredo, WV 25507 
Home: (304)453-3326 
Office: (304)453-4779 



Larry Sommers, Oh. 
(Joelle) 
(Heritage Cong'l, Madison) 



438 Hilltop Drive 

Madison, Wl 53711 

Home: (608)238-7731 

Work: (608)242-3056 

Email: 75332.2240@cx)mpuserve.com 



1996-2000 



Randy Asendorf 
(Nancy) 
(First Cong'l, Toledo) 



5028 Macklyn Drive 
Toledo, OH 43615 
Home: (419)531-8314 
Office: (419)385-5341 



Rev. Dr. John F. Doud 
(Catherine) 
(Arbor Grove Cong' 



Jackson) 



2510 Spring Arbor Road 
Jackson, Ml 49203 
Home: (517)789-7571 
Office: (517)784-4824 



Liaison Member 
Thomas Richard 

Staff Executive 
Michael S. Robertson 



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COMMISSION ON FAMILY LIFE IN THE CHURCH 



The Commission on Family Life in the Church is charged with helping 
local churches in their ministry to families by providing education, 
support and program development. The Commission will be guided in 
setting its priorities by the number and kinds of requests for assistance 
from the local churches. 

1994-1997 



Rev. Mark Hatfield 

(First Cong'l, South Paris) 



17 E. Main Street 
South Paris, ME 04281 
Home: (207)743-7903 



Judy Sanders 

(Donald) 

(Pilgrim Cong'l. Pomona) 



3920 Poplar Lane 
Chino Hills, CA 91709 
Home: (909)597-2254 



1994-1998 



Rev. Dr. David B. Henry 
(Mary) 
(Fourth Cong'l, Chicago) 



2136 W. Warner Avenue 
Chicago, IL 60618 
Home: (312)472-8665 
FAX: (312)413-4122 
Email: u12598@uicvm.cc.uic.edu 



Dr. Betty Vos 

(Robert Coates) 

(First Cong'l, Salt Lake City) 



2865 E. Canyon View Drive 
Salt Lake City, UT 84109 
Home: (801)484-1269 
FAX: (801)585-3219 
Email: Bvos@Socwk.utah.edu 



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COMMISSION ON FAMILY LIFE IN THE CHURCH 
(Continued) 



1995-1999 



David D'Arcy 

(Community CC, South Bend) 



52606 Highland Drive 
South Bend, IN 46635 
Phone: (219)273-1150 



Ellen Eckert 

(Phillip) 
(First Cong'l 



Mansfield) 



306 Schiago Drive 
Ashland, OH 44805 
Home: (419)368-3875 
Office: (419)756-3046 



1996-2000 



Claudia Kniefel, Ch. 
(Robert) 
(First Cong'l, Anchorage) 



8451 Miles Court 
Anchorage, AK 99504 
Home: (907)337-6560 
Office: (907)272-8363 
FAX: (907)272-5124 



Rev. Bryan Martin 
(Jennifer) 
(The Cross Church, Fresno) 



4739 N. Crystal 
Fresno, CA 93705 
Voice Mail: (209) 263-2742 
Office: (209)222-3709 
FAX: (209)222-1864 



Liaison Member 
Robert Walden 

Staff Executive 
John Moore 



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SPIRITUAL RESOURCES COMMISSION 



The Spiritual Resources Committee was raised to Commission status 
at the 1967 Annual Meeting and given the following charge: 

The Spiritual Resources Commission shall be charged with the 
responsibility of encouraging and increasing the knowledge and love of 
God in both personal and corporate devotions, and of witnessing in the 
world to Christ and His Gospel. 

The Spiritual Resources Commission undergirds the spiritual aspects of 
the National Association and acts as a continuing stimulus to the 
devotional life of the churches. This work is carried on by volunteers, 
sharing their perspective of God's love and experience of Christian 
community with one another. 

"For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I in the 
midst of them." 

-Matt. 18:20 

1993-1997 



Geraldine E. Barron 
(A.L. "Red") 
(First Cong'l, Toledo) 



1892 Wight 
Millbury, OH 43447 
Home: (419)836-6292 



Terry O. Fackler 601 Glenhill Lane 

(Ed) Lewisville, TX 75067 

(Mayflower CC, Flower Mound) Home: (214)221-2976 

1994-1998 



Rev. John Carson, Ch. 
(Susan) 
(First Cong'l, Tacoma) 



209 South "J" Street 
Tacoma, WA 98405 
Office: (206)383-3878 



Marti Charbonneau 
(Ralph) 
(Seattle Cong'l, Seattle) 



1531 Sunset Avenue SW 
Seattle, WA 98116 
Home: (206)935-5575 



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SPIRITUAL RESOURCES COMMISSION (Continued) 



1995-1999 



Rev. Dr. Markum E. Dunn, Sr. 
(Diana) 
(Third Cong'l, Middietown) 

Joan Laska 

(Mark) 

(First Cong'l, Los Angeles) 



114 Miner Street 
Middietown, CT 06457 
Phone: (860)632-0733 

2020 Laughlin Park Drive 
Los Angeles, CA 90027 
Phone: (213)660-1808 
FAX: (213)386-3357 



1996-2000 



Jeneil E. Smith 
(Tracy) 
(First Cong'l, Salt Lake City) 



4812 Naniioa Drive 

Salt Lake City, UT 84117 

Phone: (801)278-0165 



Rev. Sam Tallent 
(Mindy) 
(Old Stone Cong'l, Lyons) 



P.O. Box 500 
Lyons, CO 80540 
Home: (303)823-6981 
Office: (303)823-6726 



Liaison Member 
Steven Berry 

Staff Executive 
Michael P. Halcomb 



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WOMEN'S COMMISSION 



The objective of the Women's Commission is to support and encourage 
women in their changing roles in families, churches and communities. 
The objective is achieved by communicating effectively, developing and 
disseminating resource materials and providing opportunities for 
financial stewardship. 

1993-1997 

Elise Barnhart, Ch. 2117 Hillcrest Drive 

(Samuel) Delafield, Wl 53018 

(Lake Country Cong'l, Hartland) Home: (414)646-5293 



Jodee Lord 

(Fred) 

(Oakwood Heights Community, 

Staten Island) 



377 Mason Avenue 
Staten Island, NY 10305 
Home: (718)987-0461 
Office: (718)351-0984 



1994-1998 



Janet Johnston (1996) 

(Mayfair-Plymouth Cong'l, 
Toledo) 



16116 W.Poe Road 
Bowling Green, OH 43404 
Phone: (419)352-4516 



Rev. Donald C. Mullen 
(Barbara) 
(First Cong'l, Terre Haute) 



936 N. 7'' Street 
Terre Haute, IN 47807 
Home: (812)232-6587 



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WOMEN'S COMMISSION (Continued) 



1995-1999 

Jane M. Byrn 

(First Cong'l, Spencer) 



1703 18th Avenue W. 
Spencer, lA 51301-2738 
Phone: (712)262-1952 



Diane Risser 

(First Cong'l, Mansfield) 



895 Greenfield Drive 
Mansfield, OH 44904-1848 
Phone: (419)756-1885 



1996-2000 

Sherry Glab 

(Thomas) 

(Pilgrim Cong'l, Pomona) 



Laurie Luedtke 
(Ray) 
(Pilgrim Cong'l, Green Bay) 



2129 San Marcos Place 
Claremont, CA 91711 
Home: (909)626-1178 
Office: (909)625-2988 
FAX: (909)624-3993 

2587 Woodridge Lane 
Green Bay. Wl 54304 
Phone: (414)497-4648 



Liaison Member 
Marjorie Walbridge 

Staff Executive 
John Moore 



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WORLD CHRISTIAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 

The World Christian Relations Committee was brought into being at the 
Annual Meeting held in Minneapolis in 1962. It was given full 
Commission status at the Annual Meeting held in Wichita in 1964. 

The Association has charged the Commission as follows: 

"...The World Christian Relations Commission shall be charged with 
the responsibility for making effective witness to the Congregational 
Way in this country and around the world. This charge shall include, 
but not be limited to, initiating, implementing, sustaining and improving 
relations with all other established religious bodies in a spirit of 
fellowship. The Commission shall make fraternal contacts with 
organizations which have current or historical ties with the 
Congregational Way." 

1993-1997 



Barbara Hunt 

(Robert) 

(Pilgrim Cong'l, Taunton) 



455 North Main Street 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Home: (508)822-0683 
Office: (508)824-4100 



Robert H. Vaught 

(Rose Mary) 

(Community Cong'l, Franklin) 



5709 N. Hurricane Road 
Whiteland, IN 46184 
Home: (317)535-8606 



1994-1998 



Rev. Mark Rustin, Ch. 
(Laverne) 

(North Deering Cong' 
Portland) 



1364 Washington Avenue 
Portland, ME 04103 
Home: (207)797-2002 
Office: (207)797-2487 
FAX: (207)797-2562 
Email: ndcc@customnet.com 



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WORLD CHRISTIAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 
(Continued) 



1995-1999 



Rev. Richard J. Bower 

(Cong'l Ch. of the Chimes 
Sherman Oaks) 

Rev. Paul Clark 

(Mary Jean) 

(Cong'l Ch. of the Messiah,) 

Los Angeles 



365 W. Alameda Ave. #302 
Burbank, CA 91506-3339 
Phone: (818)845-8401 

225 Wake Avenue #100 
El Centro. CA 92243 
Home: (619)370-0223 



1996-2000 



Rendel B. Alldredge 

(Atkinson Memorial, 
Oregon City) 



14114 S. LIvesay Road 
Oregon City, OR 97045 
Phone: (503)655-1036 



Rev. Lonnie Richardson 
(Mercedes) 
(First Cong'l, Wauwatosa) 



1511 Church Street 
Wauwatosa, Wl 53213 
Phone: (414)258-7375 



Liaison Member 
Steven H. Ware Bailey 

Staff Executive 
Michael P. Halcomb 



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COMMISSION ON YOUTH 

It is the purpose of the Commission on Youth to offer youth program 
resources and support to assist member churches in providing 
opportunities for growth in the understanding of Christian life principles, 
for the development of a sense of responsible freedom, and for serving 
the cause of Christ through fellowship and service. The Commission 
does not seek to provide a total program for the local church youth. 
Rather, It seeks to support these groups and extend specific help when 
it is requested. In accordance with this aim, the Commission engages 
in the continuing development of resource material for use by the 
churches. 

Further, the Commission seeks to provide opportunities for inter-group 
fellowship among young people through the National Association of 
Pilgrim Fellowship and the Heritage of Pilgrim Endeavor (see below). 
An Annual Assembly for NAPF and HOPE Is held each summer in 
conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the Association. The Assembly 
Is an opportunity for sharing, growing, and learning for the youth of our 
churches. 

Opportunities for service, which might otherwise be unavailable, are 
afforded through the Work Camps and Pilgrimages sponsored by the 
Commission. These special programs are available to the high school 
and college age young people of all Association churches. Other 
projects. In this country and overseas, are sponsored as needs and 
opportunities arise. 

1993-1997 



Rob Fredrlckson (1994) 

(North Shore Cong'l, 
Milwaukee) 



5332 N. Lovers Lane #150 
Milwaukee, Wl 53225 
Home: (414)466-1640 
Office: (414)352-6123 



Vickie Hite (1994) 
(Dale) 
(Community Cong'l, Franklin) 



RR2BOX132L4 
Franklin, IN 46131 
Home: (317)738-0266 



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COMMISSION ON YOUTH (Continued) 



1994-1998 



Robert Ghndle (1996) 

(First Cong'l, Toledo) 



Andrew Jenkins (1 996) 

(First Cong'l, St. Johns) 



1025Bayside 
Palatine, IL 60067 
Home: (847)392-5124 
Office: (847)632-6947 
Email: grindle@cig.mot.com 

1213 Hampshire Drive 
St. Johns, Ml 48879 
Phone: (517)224-8058 



1995-1999 



James DeLine 

(Plymouth Cong'l, Lansing) 



Douglas Martin 
(Anna) 
(First Cong'l, Burlington) 



2717 Hampden Drive 
Lansing, Ml 48911-1766 
Home: (517)882-1479 
Office: (517)483-4808 
FAX: (517)483-4106 
Email: jimralph@voyager.net 

14708 154th Avenue 
Burlington, lA 52601 
Home: (319)985-2242 
Office: (319)753-5431 



1996-2000 

Michael Hicks, Ch. 
(Sherry) 
(Arbor Grove Cong'l, Jackson) 



Joanne Simpson 

(First Church of Christ, Lynn) 



Liaison Member 
J. Elizabeth Audette 



3499 Spring Arbor Road 
Jackson, Ml 49203 
Home: (517)783-1853 
Office: (517)788-3219 
FAX: (517)788-3329 
Email: jxdz44a@prodlgy.com 

5 Lynch Street 
Peabody, MA 01960 
Phone: (508)531-1502 
Email: JSIMP@aol.com 



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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PILGRIM FELLOWSHIP 

The purpose of the National Association of Pilgrim Fellowship is: 

"To promote a free Christian way of life among the youth of our 
country; to unite all Congregational young people in worship, fellowship 
and service; to develop the spiritual qualities and leadership of youth; to 
convey our ideas to the world in Christian action." 

Activities of the NAPF are directed by national officers elected at the 
Annual Meeting. As a part of the program of the Commission on Youth, 
the NAPF operates under the Commission with the assistance of Co- 
Directors appointed by the Commission. The NAPF strives to serve 
local groups by providing aid and encouragement at the Annual 
Meeting and by communications throughout the year. 



Bryan Harmon 

President 

(Community Cong'l, Franklin) 



2696 N. 700E 
Franklin, IN 46131 
Phone: (317)736-8165 



Eric Anderson 

First Vice President 
(First Cong'l, Hanson) 



621 Pleasant Street 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Phone: (617)294-4243 



Leslie Jackson 5537 N. Bay Ridge 

Second Vice President Whitefish Bay, Wl 53217 

(North Shore Cong'l, Milwaukee)Phone: (414) 332-1979 



Ryan Baker 

Secretary/Treasurer 
(Community Cong'l, Franklin) 



480 Colony Drive 
Whiteland, IN 46184 
Phone: (317)535-5334 



CO-DIRECTORS 



Mary Beth Rygh 
(Chris) 
(First Cong'l, Wauwatosa) 



Randy Van Dyke 
(Judy) 
(First Cong'l, Spencer) 



4919 S. 31*^ Street 
Greenfield, Wl 53221 
Home: (414)325-9202 
Office: (414)282-4700 
FAX: (414)282-1017 

419 E. 19^ Box 555 
Spencer, lA 51301 
Home: (712)262-9190 
Office: (712)262-8847 
FAX: (712)262-8241 



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HERITAGE OF PILGRIM ENDEAVOR 



HOPE is an active fellowship of young Congregationalists who have been 
graduated from high school and who wish to continue their ties with the 
Association. It operates under the guidance of the Youth Confimission and has 
two Co-Directors appointed by the Commission. The purpose of HOPE shall 
be to: 1. Promote, encourage, and nurture Christian fellowship among 
Congregational Young adults. 2. Assist such young adults in strengthening 
their spirituality, self esteem, and individuality as maturing Christians. 
3. Assist and prepare such young adults to become informed, creative, and 
active participants within their local church. 4. Prepare such young adults for 
opportunities of service within their community. 5. Develop enthusiastic and 
dedicated leadership for various levels of service within the National 
Association and local church. 



Kristin Woods 

President 

Central Region Representative 

(Pilgrim Cong'l, Green Bay) 



Leslie Bodkin 

Secretary 

East Coast Represenative 
(East Freetown Cong'l, 
East Freetown, MA) 

Tony Rambo 

Ananias Editor 

West Coast Representative 

(The Cross Church, Fresno) 



190 Pleasant Grove Apt. #M1 
Ithaca, NY 14850 
Phone: (607)257-0983 
Pager: (800) 283-2255 #80349 
Fax: (607)274-1466 
Email: kwoods1@ic3.ithaca.edu 

3630 Granite Square Station 
Durham, NH 03824-7006 
Phone: (603)868-6008 
Email: ljbodkin@christa.unh.edu 

6612 N. Dolores 
Fresno, CA 93711 
Phone: (209)439-5263 
Pager: (209)981-7378 



CO-DIRECTORS 

Rev. Stuart Merkel 
(Lynn) 
(South Cong'l, Hartford) 



Michelle (Hunt) Simino 
(Chase) 
(Meadowbrook Cong'l, Novi) 



32 Dartmouth Avenue 
West Hartford, CT 06110 
Home: (860)232-0556 
Office: (860)249-8627 
FAX: (860)293-0532 

907 N. Clarendon 
Kalamazoo, Ml 49006-2147 
Phone: (616)349-7898 
FAX: (616) 349-7898 (call first) 
Office: (616)649-0552 
FAX: (616) 649-4040(Sept.-May) 
Email: MICHSIMINO@aol.com 



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THE CHURCHES OF THE 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF 

CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

Presented in three groupings: 

MEMBER CHURCHES 

Churches which have officially voted to join the Association. 

ASSOCIATE MEMBER CHURCHES 

Churches which have voted to be associated with the Association. 

AFFILIATED ASSOCIATIONS AND CONFERENCES 

Associations and Conferences that have voted to affiliate with the 
Association, although some member churches, individually, are not 
members of the National Association. 

Privileges of classifications are defined in Articles of Association and Bylaws. 

Notations: 

Statistics are for the calendar year 1995, or the most recent fiscal year of the 
member Church, and of the Association. Contributions to the Association from 
Member Churches are for the fiscal year of the Association, April 1 . 1995- 
March31, 1996. 

Addresses of ministers can be obtained from the Ministers list, which follows 
the list of Area Congregational Associations and Fellowships. 

Certain ministerial staffs are larger than shown. Space dictates the listing of 
no more than four on this form. All ministers are shown in Ministers section. 

Church School Enrollment includes children age three (3) through 8th grade. 

Youth Enrollment covers youth from 9th grade through high school. 

Code: 

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Information in this listing is as of August 15, 1996 

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AREA CONGREGATIONAL 
ASSOCIATIONS AND FELLOWSHIPS 

In extending the Congregational Way, churches and individuals in 
various parts of the country have established local Associations and 
Fellowships of several types. While these are not organizationally related to 
the National Association, they are listed in this Yearbook for informational 
purposes. 

Unless otherwise indicated, membership in these area groups is by 
churches. Voting privileges are accorded only to delegates from the churches. 
If other provisions prevail, a brief descriptive sentence follows that name of the 
organization. 

An "X" appearing before the group name indicates that updated 
information has not been received and that indicated data has been reprinted 
from the Yearbook issued in the previous year. Groups which have not 
responded in two years to requests for information continue to be listed. 
However, to avoid publication of out-dated information, official information is 
omitted. Groups are listed alphabetically by state or geographical area. 



INTERNATIONAL CONGREGATIONAL FELLOWSHIP 

Chairman: Derwyn Morris Jones, Ty John Perry, 1 1 Saint Helen's Road, 
Abertawe (Swansea), West Glam, SAI 4AL, WALES 

North American Secretary: Patrick Shelley, 2001 E. Grand River Avenue, 
Lansing, Ml 48912; Home: (517) 337-3937, Office: (517)484-9495 

Financial Officer: Paul Miller, 430 Waverly, Wichita, KS 67218 



AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR THE INTERNATIONAL 
CONGREGATIONAL FELLOWSHIP 

Chairman: Richard Kurrasch, 1314 Northwood Blvd.. Royal Oak, Ml 48073 

Vice Chairman: William Ahrens, 31435 Lyons Circle W., Warren, Ml 48092 

Treasurer: Mildred Gardner, 9802 Armley Avenue, Whittier, CA 90604 

Secretary: Bernice Gamage, 8201 Tuscany, Playa del Rey, CA 90293 



168 



ALABAMA 

(X)THE ALABAMA ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CHURCHES . P.O. Box 5, Kent, AL 36045. Phone & FAX: (334) 541-3747 

Moderator: Robert Betts, 120 5th Avenue, Equality, AL 36026, 
Pf-'one: (334)857-3413 

Vice Moderator: Freddie Powell, P.O. Box 5, Kent, AL 36045, 
Phone: (334)541-3747 

Secretary-Treasurer: Margaret Carter, 300 Holly Ridge Drive, Montgomery, 
AL 36109 

Executive Secretary: Winston Nobles, 7391 Lightwood Road, Marbury, AL 
36051 

Historian: Jean Ledbetter, 15839 Central Plank Road, Equality, AL 36026 

Ordained Ministers: 

Freddie Powell, P.O. Box 5, Kent. AL 36045, Phone: (334) 541-3747; 

Leonard Smith, 213 Ross Road, Wetumpka, AL 36092, 

Phone: (334)567-7874 

Meetings: October 

ALASKA (See Pacific Northwest Association) 
ARIZONA (See Southwest InterMountain Association) 



169 



CALIFORNIA 

THE ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES AND 
MINISTERS OF CALIFORNIA AND NEIGHBORING WESTERN STATES. 
INC. (The Cal-West Association) Phone: (310)641-7665 

Moderator: Edwin Millar, 9053 Marshall Street, Rosemead, CA 91770, 
Phone: (818)573-2994 

Past Moderator: Rev. James Schibsted, 260 S. Jutewood, Anaheim, CA 
92808 

Treasurer/Registrar: Gay Millar, 9053 Marshall Street, Rosemead, CA 91770, 
Phone: (818)573-2994 

Corresponding Secretary: Carol L. Cole, 8815 Croyden Ave., Los Angeles, CA 
90045. Phone: (310)641-7665 

Recording Secretary: Clifford Burton, 11, 3527 Norton Avenue, Los Angeles, 
CA 90018, Phone: (213) 735-6190 

Parlimentarian: Jeaneane Ferrel, 3833 Portola Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 
90032 



170 



CALIFORNIA (Continued) 

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA FELLOWSHIP OF CONGREGATIONAL 
CHRISTIAN CHURCHES. INC. . 841 Rosita Road, Del Rey Oaks, CA 93940 

Moderator: Rev. Joe Walton, 841 Rosita Road, Del Rey Oaks, CA 93940, 
Phone: (408)394-8000 

Vice-Moderator: Laura Hamby, P.O. Box 72, Soquel, CA 95073, 
Phone: (408)688-1911 

Secretary: Elaine Benson, 1007 Portola Drive, Del Rey Oaks, CA 93940, 
Phone: (408)394-8867 

Treasurer: Stewart Hobson, 2868 Forest Hill Blvd., Pacific Grove, CA 93950, 
Phone: (408)373-7560 

Directors: Royal Thompson, 1091 Via Roble, Lafayette, CA 94549; 
Pat Angel, 93 Oldwell Court, San Jose, CA 95138; 
Jean Hamby, P.O. Box 72, Soquel, CA 95073 

Nominating Committee: Mark Fountain, Royal Thompson, Stewart Hobson 

Regional Publication: Northern California Congregationalist 
Editor: Walter Boring, 2161 Hacienda St., Redding, CA 96003, 
Phone: (916)223-3297 

Meetings: April - Church of the Oaks, 841 Rosita Road, Del Rey Oaks, CA 
93940; November - Pilgrim Cong. Church. 1721 Dry Creek Road, San Jose, 
CA 95125 

COLORADO (See Southwest InterMountain Association) 

CONNECTICUT 

(X)CONNECTICUT FELLOWSHIP OF CONTINUING CONGREGATIONAL 
CHRISTIAN WOMEN 

President: Evelyn Taggart 

Vice President: Edie Dole 

Secretary: Maureen McCall 

Treasurer: Gloria Corbett 

Meetings: April and October 



171 



CONNECTICUT (Continued) 

THE FELLOWSHIP OF CONNECTICUT CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 

CHURCHES . 277 Main St.. Hartford. CT 06106 

Phone: (860) 527-7001 (Also serving sections of MA, NY, NJ & Rl) 

Executive Secretary: Steven P. Blackburn, 277 Main St., Hartford, CT 06106 

Moderator: Russell Blakeslee, 453 Kick Hill Road, Lebanon. CT 06249 

Assistant Moderator: Jack Hazlett, 93 South Road, Farmington, CT 06032 

Second Assistant Moderator: Raymond Grady, 35 River Drive, Gales Ferry, 
CT 06335 

Secretary: Virginia Scott, 105 Mountain View Road, Warren, NJ 07059 

Treasurer: Alicia Lathrop, 36 Randall Rd., Lebanon, CT 06249 

Ecclesiastical Society: Glen Lovejoy. 30 Cobb City Rd., Colebrook, CT 06021 

Youth Committee: Michael J. Audette, 75 Providence Street, West WanA^ick, 
Rl 02893 

Regional Publication: The Congregational Ranger (semi-annual) 

Meetings: May and October (3rd Sunday) 

N.A. Ambassador: Steven P. Blackburn, 277 Main St., Hartford, CT 06106 

FLORIDA 

THE FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES AND 
MINISTERS . P.O. Box 683, Interlachen, FL 32148; Phone: (904) 684-2013 

Moderator: Howard Owen, P.O. Box 683, Interlachen, FL 32148 

Assistant Moderator: Rev. Joseph Babcock, 33900 Lincoln Road, Leesburg, 
FL 34788 

Secretary: Ginger Olson, 436 Mohawk Parkway, Cape Coral, FL 33914 

Treasurer: Louise Watson. 4180 66th Street North, St. Petersburg, FL 33709 

Meetings: May and November 

N. A. Ambassador: Dr. & Mrs. Leslie Deinstadt, 12 Valencia Circle, DeBarry, 
F' 32713 



172 



GEORGIA 

(X) THE SOUTH GEORGIA ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL 
CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

IDAHO (See Pacific Northwest Association) 

ILLINOIS (See also Midwest Association) 

(X)WABASH ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
C HURCHES 

Moderator: Rev. Harold Meriwether, 400 Iris Ln., Carmi, IL 62821 

Treasurer: Viriginia Akers 

INDIANA (See Midwest Association) 

IOWA 

IOWA-NEBRASKA ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CHURCHES 

Moderator: Virginia Adams, 23 1/2 S. Center St., Marshalltown, lA 50158 

Vice Moderator: Baxter Ankerstjerne, 4995 140th Ave., Peterson, lA 51047 

Secretary: Judy Wellendorf. Box 949, Elkader, lA 52043 

Treasurer: Randy Van Dyke, 419 E. 19th Street, Spencer, lA 51301 

Regional Publication: SEEDCORN (three times a year) 
Editor: Kay Rose, P.O. Box 5245, Spencer, lA 51301 
Co-Editor: Jan Lovell, 545 North Shore Dr., Clear Lake, lA 50428 

KANSAS (See Mid-America Association) 



173 



MAINE 

CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN COUNCIL OF MAINE . 1 364 Washington 
Ave., Portland. ME 04103 Phone: (207)797-2487 

Council Ambassadors: 

Central: Douglas Drown, PO Box 253, Bingham, ME 04920 
Eastern: Patrick Seymour, 274 Katahdin Ave., Millinocket, ME 04462 
South: David E. Smith, P.O. Box 1026, Warren, ME 04864 

Moderator: Arvilla P. Collins, R.F.D. #2, Box 284, Rockland, ME 04841 

Vice Moderator: Rev. Gary Hunter, P.O. Box 249, Jonesport, ME 04649 

Scribe: Sue Sheloske, 179 Marrett Street, Apt. 1, Westbrook, ME 04092 

Treasurer: Terry Given, 106 Prospect Street, Millinocket, ME 04462 

Regional Publication: The Congregational Spirit of Maine (semi-annually) 

Meetings: April and October 

K. A. Ambassador: Douglas Drown, P.O. Box 253, Bingham, ME 04920 

SOMERSET COUNTY CONGREGATIONAL FELLOWSHIP 
Coordinator: Douglas Drown, PO Box 253, Bingham, ME 04920 

WASHINGTON COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL 
CHRISTIAN CHURCHES AND MINSTERS Phone: (207) 726-3905 

Moderator: Rev. Gary Hunter, Congregational Church, Joneport, Me 04649 

Vice Moderator: Rev. Francois Akoa-Mongo, Congregational Church, 
Machiasport, ME 04655 

Scribe: Bruenis Verburgt, Congregational Church, Machiasport, ME 04655 

Treasurer: John Brown, Machiasport, ME 04655 

Meetings: Spring and Fall 

Newsletter: Quarterly 



174 



MASSACHUSETTS 

MASSACHUSETTS ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CHURCHES 

Moderator: Rev. Dr. Craig Milco, 639 High Street, Hanson, MA 02341 

Vice Moderator: Frederick Elder, P.O. Box 2749, Taunton, MA 02780 

Secretary: Anne Butman, 151 Crescent Street, Hanson, MA 02341 

Treasurer: Richard McNeill, 19 Havana Street, Roslindale, MA 02131 

Ambassador: Al Dawes, 269 Pelham Street, West Roxbury, MA 02132 

Regional Publication: "MACCC In Action"; Editor: Donna Dawes 

Meetings: May and October 

BAY STATE CONGREGATIONAL WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP 

President: Pegram Rhodes, 45 Vernon Street, Taunton, MA 02780 

First Vice-President: Ada Whitehouse, 33 Macomber Street, Berkeley, MA 
02779 

Second Vice President: Barbara Bigelow, 6 Hiltz Ave., Lakeville, MA 02347 

Treasurer: Pamela Kristofferson, 56 Chace Rd., East Freetown, MA 02717 

Secretary: Marian Duda, 40 Jackson Street, Taunton, MA 02780 

A -ditor/Historian: Helen Chase, 5 Monomoy Rd., P.O. Box 824, Nantucket, 
MA 02554 

Meetings: April and October 



175 



MICHIGAN 

CENTRAL MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CHURCHES AND MINISTERS 

Moderator: Rev. Dr. Edward H. Baldwin, 9266 Tipton Highway, Tipton, Ml 
49287; Phone: (517)431-2460 

Vice-Moderator: Rev. Marlene Bentley, 9510 Market Street, Pittsford, Ml 
49271; Phone: (517) 523-2385 

Secretary: Rose Daniels, 9240 Tipton Highway, Tipton, Ml 49287 

Treasurer: Mrs. Evelyn Monroe, 11131 E. Union Rd., Pittsford, Ml 49271, 
Phone: (517)523-2635 

Meetings: April 



MICHIGAN CONFERENCE OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CrIURCHES 

Moderator: Sue Broadwell, 36520 12 Mile Road, Farmlngton Hills, Ml 48331; 
Phone: (810)848-1750 

Vice Moderator: Chris Richards, #2 Towne Square, Wayne, Ml 48184; 
Phone: (313)729-7550 

Treasurer: Jack Brown, 3061 N. Adams Road, Bloomfield Hills, Ml 48304; 
Phone: (810)642-2290 

Secretary: Ellen Matte. 36520 12 Mile Road, Farmingotn Hills, Ml 48331 

Publication: "The Michigan Congregationalist" 



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MICHIGAN (Continued) 

SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL 
CHURCHES 

Moderator: William Ahrens, 31435 Lyons Circle West, Warren, Ml 48073 

Ir.Tiediate Past Moderator: E. Neil Hunt, 21355 Meadowbrook, Novi, Ml 
48050 

Vice Moderator: Mark Jensen, 26277 Kiltartan, Farmington Hills, Ml 48334 

Treasurer: Donald Olsen, 27800 Southfield Road. Lathrup Village, Ml 48076 

Corresponding Secretary: Paul J. Horn, 201 Licorice Drive, Westland, Ml 
48186 

Nominating Committee Chairman: E. Neil Hunt, 21355 Meadowbrook, Novi, 
Ml 48050 

Meetings: May 

N.A. Ambassador: William Lange, 746 W. Bethune, Detroit, Ml 48202-2709 

SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH WOMEN c/o 
Sue Broadwell, 36520 Twelve Mile Road, Farmington Hills, Ml 48336 

Chairman: Carol Freytag, 2810 Eton Cross, Royal Oak, Ml 48067 

Vice Chairman: Sue Broadwell, 3452 Wards Point, Orchard Lake, Ml 48324 

Recording Secretary: Leoma Sanford, 5449 Clarkston Road, Clarkston, Ml 
4^347 

Treasurer: Virginia Leever, 160 Gallogly Rd., Lake Angelus, Ml 48326 

Meetings: April and October 



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MICHIGAN (Continued) 

WESTERN MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CHURCHES 

Moderator: Clark Trowbridge, 4960 North 450 West, Angola, IN 46703; 
Phone: (219)833-3620 

Treasurer: Jane Shoemaker, 1202 Emerson Street, Lake Odessa, Ml 48849 

Clerk: Betty Lindly, 1021 Lake Michiana, Bronson, Ml 49208 

Executive Committee: Rev. Keith Mclver, Box 544, Lake Odessa, Ml 48849; 
Steve Tucker, Box 217, Otsego, Ml 49078; Jesse Brewer, Box 112, Lakota, 
Ml 49063; Harry Walbridge, Box 682, Roscommon, Ml 48653 

Meetings: 1st Saturday in May and 4th Saturday in September 

N. A. Ambassador: Harry Walbridge, P.O. Box 652, Roscommon, Ml 48653 

MID-AMERICA 

MID-AMERICA CONGREGATIONAL FELLOWSHIP 

1231 E. 43rd, Hutchinson, KS 67502 Phone: (316)669-8645 

Moderator: Dr. Clark Chamberlain, 1311 Holman, Houston, TX 77213 

Vice Moderator: Brian Taylor, Neosho, MO 

Executive Secretary: Charles Good, 1231 E. 43rd Avenue, Hutchinson, KS 
67502 

Secretary: Sharon Lacey, 1 1 1 West 75th, Hutchinson, KS 67502 

Treasurer: Ken Davidson, 3314 Covington Court, Hutchinson, KS 67502 

Meetings: October 

N.A. Ambassadors: 

Paul Miller, 6807 E. Bayley, Wichita, KS 67207; 

James Schneider, 4803 Stillbrooke, Houston, TX 77035 



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MID-WEST 

MID-WEST ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CHURCHES 400 North Fifth Avenue, Maywood, IL 60153 

Moderator: Robert C. Joy, 403 N. Henderson Street, Toulon, IL 61483; 
F.-.one: (309)286-7005 

Secretary: Kathryn Link. P.O. Box 40. LaHarpe, IL 61450; 
Phone: (217)659-7983 

Treasurer: Roger Cain. P.O. Box 1449, Chicago. IL 60690-1449; 
Phone: (312)922-4499 

Historian, Ambassador, & Editor: Mary Alice Lambert, 719 North Bartlett 
Avenue, Plainfield, IL 60544; Phone: (815)436-5119 

Regional Publication: The Midwest Congregationalist 

Annual Meeting: October 

MINNESOTA 

MINNESOTA FELLOWSHIP OF CONGREGATIONALISTS 

122 West Franklin Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55404. Phone: (612) 871-1887 

Moderator: Henry (Biff) Jones. 4905 Woodlawn Blvd.. Minneapolis, MN 
55417 

Secretary: Lynn Grigor. 17080 Gage Way West, Burnsville, MN 55337 

Tieasurer: Wally Walker, 4301 Brook Ave., St. Louis Park. MN 55424 

Executive Secretary: James D. Rogers. 14110 Prince Place. Minnetonka, MN 
55345 

Meetings: January, March. May. August, and October 

N.A. Ambassadors: 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fentiman, 5801 Oldfield Avenue, Stillwater, MN 55082; 

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Arndt, 3620 Coolidge St., NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418 



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MISSOURI (See Mid-America Association) 

MONTANA (See Pacific Northwest Association) 

NEBRASKA (See Iowa-Nebraska Association) 

NEW ENGLAND 

(X)MOUNTAIN CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

c/o Mary Foster, Rt. 3, Pittsfield, MA 01201 Phone: (413) 698-2793 

Moderator: Robert Safran, P.O. Box 316, Goshen, MA 01032 

Vice-Moderator: Dewey Gierke, 130 Pine Street, Florence, MA 01060 

Scribe-Registrar: Barbara Davenport, P.O. Box 162, Windsor, MA 01270 

Treasurer: Faith Skorupski, 1139 N. Hoosac Rd., Williamstown, MA 01267 

N. A. Ambassador: Mary Foster, Rt. 3, Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Meetings: October and May 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

(X)GRANITE STATE CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S 
FELLOWSHIP , c/o Mrs. Barbara Christopherson, 7 Grover Street, Concord, 
NH 03301, Phone: (603) 229-1788 

President: Barbara Christopherson, 7 Grover Street, Concord, NH 03301 

Vice President: Carolyn Johnson, Center Barnstead, NH 

Treasurer/Secretary: Doris Senter, R.F.D. 2, Box 177B, Canaan, NH 03741 

Historian: Esther-Mary Hadley, Weare, NH 

Meetings: Spring and Fall 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE (Continued) 

NEW HAMPSHIRE CONGREGATIONAL FELLOWSHIP 

c/o Armstrong, 14 Crescent St., Derry, NH 03038 Phone: (603) 434-4411 

iV >derator: Thomas M. Warner, Grafton Center, Grafton, NH 03240 

Assistant Moderator: 

Chairman: Norman Christopherson, 5 Grover Street, Concord, NH 03301 

Executive Secretary: 

Secretary: Barbara Christopherson, 5 Grover Street, Concord, NH 03301 

Treasurer: Barbara Carson, 191 Village Circle Way #3, Manchester, NH 
03102 

Assistant Treasurer: Louise Audette, 17 Crescent St., Derry, NH 03038 

Historian: Carolyn Johnson, Box 765, Center Barnstead, NH 03225 

Historian Emeritus: 

Meetings: April and October 

N. A. Ambassador: Gordon Johnson, Box 765, Center Barnestead, NH 03225 

WHITE MOUNTAIN CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN PASTOR'S 

ASSOCIATION 

B_ : 765, Center Barnstead. NH 02335 Phone: (603) 269-5661 

President: Gordon Johnson, Box 765, Center Barnstead, NH 03225 

Vice President: Daniel Poling, RFD 1, North Deering, NH 03244 

Secretary-Treasurer: 

Regional Publication: Newsletter (quarterly) 

N. A. Ambassador: Gordon Johnson, Box 765, Center Barnstead, NH 03225 

NEW YORK (See New England) 
NORTH CAROLINA (See Conferences at back of church listing) 



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OHIO 

OHIO ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES . 64 Tudor 
Avenue, Bedford, OH 44146, Phone: (216) 232-4720 

Moderator: Rev. Joe V. Hotchkiss, 29 Lynette Place S., Westerville, OH 43081; 
(614)882-5716 

Moderator-Elect: Rev. Don LImmer, 485 West Street, Berea, OH 44017 

Immediate Past Moderator: Janet Johnston, 16116 W. Poe Road, Bowling Green, 
OH 43202 

Secretary: Cliff Saunders, 64 Tudor Ave., Bedford, OH 44146 

Treasurer: Don Timmer, 1800 Washington N., Mansfield, OH 44903 

Historian: Mildred Connin, 5131 Ford Avenue, Toledo, OH 43612 

Y-'Jth Commission: Mimi Biedron, 2249 Parkwood Ave., Toledo, OH 43620; 
Ellen Eckert, RD 4, Schiago Trail, Ashland, OH 44805 

Nominating Committee: Jane Swartzbaugh, 4334 Forestview, Toledo, OH 43615; 
David Kimberly, Massilion, OH; Sheila Thornberg. Jefferson Township, OH; 
B.J. Hedges 

N.A. Ambassador: 

Robert Hall, 943 Cloverdale Rd., Toledo, OH 43612, Phone: (419) 476-0940; 
Ellen Eckert, 306 Schiago Trail, Ashland, OH 44805, Phone: (419) 368-3875; 
Rev. Don Limmer, 64 Tudor Ave., Bedford, OH 44146 

Newsletter Editor: Marilyn Cole, 440 Barrett Rd., Berea, OH 44017 

Camp Site: Nolan Steiner, Rt. 3, Swigart Rd., Belleville, OH 44813 

Meetings: May and September 

WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP OF THE OHIO ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL 



CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

President: Camille Vermillion, 1901 North Cool Road, Lima, OH 45801, 
Phone: (419)649-8302 

Vice-President: Jane Swartzbaugh, 4334 Forestview, Toledo, OH 43615, 
Phone: (419)536-3807 

Tieasurer: Rose Hahn, 14 Knollwood Drive, Perrysburg, OH 43551, 
Phone: (419)872-9836 

Secretary: Marion Huntzinger, 16159 W. Poe Road, Bowling Green, OH 43402, 
Phone: (419)352-0408 

Meetings: October and May 

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OKLAHOMA (See Mid-America Association) 
OREGON (See Pacific Northwest Association) 

PACIFIC NORTHWEST 

PACIFIC NORTHWEST ASSOCIAHON OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CHURCHES , c/0 Brant, 3311 N. Cheyenne. Tacoma, WA 98407; 
Phone: (206)752-0989 

Moderator: Rev. Norm Eriendson, 21111 68*h Avenue SE, Snohomish, WA 98290 

Vice Moderator: Rev. John Carson, 209 South "J" Street, Tacoma, WA 98405, 
Phone: (206)383-3878 

Secretary: Willis Brant, 3311 N. Cheyenne, Tacoma, WA 98407; 
Phone: (206)752-0989 

Treasurer: Ralph Charbonneau, 1531 Sunset Avenue SW, Seattle, WA 98116, 
Phone: (206)935-5575 

Publication: "Pacific Northwest Congregationalist" 

Meetings: April/May 

N. A. Ambassador: Rev. Richard K. Bellingham, 221 1 SW First Avenue, Apt. 206, 
Portland. OR 97201-5012; Phone: (503) 223-8794 

PENNSYLVANIA 

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
C'-' URCHES . c/o Carolyn Pennick, Bowery Street & College Avenue, Frostburg, MD 
21502 

Moderator: James Hart, 123 Queenston Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15235 

First Vice Moderator: Dale Winning. Regency House Apt. 302, 1 Howard Street, 
Pittsburgh. PA 15209 

Second Vice Moderator: Rev. David Clawson, 306 Forliview Road, Glenshaw, PA 
15166-1824 

Secretary: Carolyn Pennick, Bowery Street & College Avenue, Frostburg, MD 21502 

Treasurer: Ed Martin. 1046 Woodbury Road, New Kensington, PA 15068 

Youth Director: James Hart, 123 Queenston Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15235-5429 

Meetings: First Saturdays in May and October 

Ambassador: Dale Winning, Regency House Apt. 302. 1 Howard Street. Pittsburgh. 
PA 15209 

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PENNSYLVANIA (Continued) 

(X) EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL 
CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 



WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS' ASSOCIATION 
President: Rev. David Clawson, 306 Forliview Road, Glenshaw, PA 15116-1824 

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA CONGREGATIONAL MEN'S FELLOWSHIP 
President: James Winning, 27 Christler Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15223 

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA CONGREGATIONAL WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP 
F.-jsident: Joyce Hart, 123 Queenston Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15235-5429 

SOUTHWEST INTERMOUNTAIN 

SOUTHWEST/INTER-MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL 
CHRISTIAN CHURCHES AND MINISTERS 

Moderator: Ed White, 18401 North 99th Avenue, Sun City, AZ 85373 

Secretary: Michele Christensen, P.O. Box 584, Norwood, CO 81423 

Meetings: Executive Committee- November/January 
Annual-February/May 

RHODE ISLAND (See Massachusetts) 

TEXAS (See Mid-America Fellowship) 

UTAH (See Southwest InterMountain Association) 

VERMONT (See New England) 

WASHINGTON (See Pacific Northwest) 

WEST VIRGINIA (See Ohio Association) 

WYOMING (See Southwest InterMountain Association) 



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WISCONSIN 

WISCONSIN CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

Moderator: Dr. Anita Dahike, 450 Mt. Vernon, Oshkosh, Wl 54901, 
Phone: (414)231-0028 

Moderator-Elect: Rev. Karl Schimpf, 7330 N. Santa Monica Drive, Milwaukee, Wl 
53217; Phone: (414)352-6123 

Immediate Past Moderator: Rev. Dr. William Schnell 

Secretary: Rev. Lloyd Hall, 1143 College Avenue, Racine, Wl 53403-1916; 
Phone: (414)633-6039 

Treasurer: Joelle Sommers, 438 Hilltop Drive, Madison, Wl 53711, 
Phone: (608)238-7731 

Chairman of Youth/Camp Committee: Rob Fredrickson, 5332 N. Lovers Lane, 
Milwaukee, Wl 53225, Phone: (414)466-1640 

Publication: Wisconsin Congregationalist 

Editor: Rev. Leslie R. Shultz II, 231 Roberts Drive, Mukwonago, Wl 53149-1129; 

Phone: (414)363-7249 



WISCONSIN CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS' ASSOCIATION 
President: Dennis R. Virta, 7912 Fielding Lane, Greendale, Wl 53129 
Vice-President: Gary Pierce, 991 Pilgrim Way, Green Bay, Wl 54304 
Secretary-Treasurer: Steve Erkel, 3102 Prairie Road, Madison, Wl 53719 



185 



CONGREGATIONAL LIBRARY AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

Harold F. Worthley 

Congregational Library 

Congregational Christian Historical Society 

14 Beacon Street 

Boston. MA 02108 

(617)523-0470 



COMMITTEE FOR THE CONTINUATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CHURCHES IN THE UNITED STATES 

c/o E.W. Adams, Chairman 
1201 W. Main Street 
M-rshalltown, lA 50158 
(515)753-3327 



Bernice Gamage, Secretary 

8201 Tuscany 

Palya Del Ray, CA 90291 

(213)823-7104 



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Ministers 

ABERCROMBIE. A. VAUGHAN 
AGREE. JOYCE 
ADAIR. RICHARD 
ADAMS, WARREN 
AKOA-MONGO. FRANCOIS 
ALEXANDER. JOHN H. 
ALGER, EARL E. 
ALVORD. JOHN G. 
ANDERSON. ORRING 
ANDERSON, ROBERT 
ANGEL, WARREN R. 
APPELQUIST. A. RAY 
ARMSTRONG JR. GROVE L. 
ARNOLD. DANIEL D. 
AUDETTE. D. ELIZABETH 
AUDETTE. MICHAEL 
AXFORD. SCOTT 
AXLINE, CHESTER J. 
BABCOCK, JOSEPH E. 
BACHELDER. NANCY 
BAILEY. CHARLES H. 
BAILEY. STEVEN H. WARE 
BAKER. JOSEPH E. 
BALDWIN. EDWARD H. 
BALDWIN, LUCY 
BALES. S TcVEN 
BANDFIELD. DAVID 
BANNINGA, HUGH E. 
BARCLAY. JAMES A. 
BARNES. LYNETTE 
BARNETT. PENELOPE 
BARTH. GLENN 
BARTOS. JOHN 
BASCOM. TERRY 
BEADLE, JAMES 
BEAGLE. CAYLE 
BEINKE, JAMES 
BELLINGHAM. RICHARD K. 
BENCH, ROBERT E. 
BENNEHOFF , PAUL W 
BENNETT, RAYMOND E. 
BENSON , DAVID C. 
BENTLEY, J. MARLENE 
BENTLEY . ROBERT C. 
BERRY, STEVEN E. 
BIDDICK , DAN 
BILHORN , MERLYN 
BINGHAM, ELIZABETH E. 
BISHOP , LOYAL G. 
BISHOP. W. W. 

BJORKLUND . LAWRENCE P. 
BLACKBURN. SHARON 
BLACKBURN, STEVEN 
BLADE, KEVIN 
BLEND, PAUL 
BOBB, DEmN 



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PO BOX 98, DEMOREST GA 30535 

9429 COUNTY TRUNK H, BELOIT Wl 5351 1 (608) 362-441 9 
19 A DEXTER ST. DERRY NH 03038 

PO BOX 356. MACHIASPORT ME 04655 (207) 255-3850 

10701 GARNETTE DR. SUN CITY AZ 85373-1507 (602) 933-2676 

2 LORING HIL RD. HINGHAM MA 02043 (617)749-0322 

1014 N OAKES. TACOMA WA 98406 (206)759-8615 
600 HENRY ST. ALTON IL 62002 

15518 27TH AVE NE. SEATTLE WA 98155 (206) 523-4016 

93 OLDWELL CT. SAN JOSE CA 95138 (408) 226-8638 

3120 MARY LN. MOUNT DORA FL 32757 (904)383-3669 

11CRESENTST. DERRY NH 03038 (603)432-3463 

RD 10 BOX 10790, NEWTON NJ 07860 (201) 383-4743 

HC 32 BOX 750, OWL'S HEAD ME 04841 (207) 596-2950 

73 PROVIDENCE ST, WEST WARWICK Rl 02893 (401 ) 826-31 50 

12 ADELPHI AVE, PROVIDENCE Rl 02906-4120 (401)421-2962 
6861 CRYSTAL DR, BEULAH Ml 49617 

BOX 944, MT DORA FL 32757 (904) 383-2285 

1040 PLYMOUTH RD SE, GRAND RAPIDS Ml 49506 (616)247-1373 

RT 1 BOX 2415, ROBERTA GA 31078 (912) 836-4287 

15000 SOUTHFIELD RD, DETROIT Ml 48223 (313) 272-3550 

320 SECOND ST, KEWAUNEE Wl 54216 (414)388-0438 

9266 TIPTON HWY BOX 154, TIPTON Ml 49287 (517)431-2460 

3863 MARYS GROVE CHURCH RD, MEBANE NC 27302 (919)563-2486 

POBOX655. MCCOOK NE 69001-0655 (308)345-3226 

3496 HONEYWOOD LN. DEWITT Ml 48820 (517)349-6936 

1200 S OAKLAND ST, ST JOHNS Ml 48879 (517)224-2636 

PO BOX 261, SEARSPORT ME 04974-0674 (207) 548-0223 
46 MAIN ST. LUBEC ME 04652 

4028 LAKE RD. ROBBINSDALE MN 55422 (612) 537-2031 

6200 COLONIAL WAY. EDINA MN 55436 (612) 925-271 1 

PO BOX 2212, LAGUNA HILLS CA 92653 (714) 581-5575 

CHURCH 7 HIGH STS, BOUND BROOK NJ 08805 (908) 356-1 164 

PO BOX 70. SUTTONS BAY Ml 49682 (616) 271-5562 

204 CHURCH ST, ST JOHNS Ml 48879 (517) 224-2636 

11409 FORESTER BOX 215, ROSCOMMON Ml 48653 (517)275-4189 

221 1 SW FIRST APT 206, PORTLAND OR 97201 -501 2 (503) 223-8794 

24 ST MICHAEL, SAN RAMON CA 94583 (415) 828-2082 
1760 MORNINGSIDE DR SE, GRAND RAPIDS Ml 49506 

1018 ASHLAND DDR. TEMPERANCE Ml 48182 (313)847-6260 

PO BOX 656, HAYWARD Wl 54843 (715) 634-8264 

PO BOX 207 9510 MARKET ST, PITTSFORD Ml 49271 (517) 523-2296 

PO BOX 207 9510 MARKET ST, PITTSFORD Ml 49271 (517) 523-2385 

540 S COMMONWEALTH AVE, LOS ANGELES CA (213) 385-1 341 

1 1623 STATE RD 80 N, LIVINGSTON Wl 53554-9801 (608) 943-6960 

210 W ROLLIN ST, EDGERTON Wl 53534 (608) 884-4725 

600 N GAREY AVE, POMONA CA 91 767 (909) 620-4039 

544 FRONTIER CT, TERRE HAUTE IN 47803 (812)877-2306 
4521 W147THST, LAWNDALE CA 90260 

PO BOX 110, BASS LAKE CA 93604 (209) 877-4685 
75 HICKS ST. BROOKLYN NY 

277 MAIN ST. HARTFORD CT 06106 (860)379-7300 

4381 WALNUT RD BOX 846. BUCKEYE LAKE OH 43008 (614) 928-4976 
BOX 306, BECKET MA 01223 

RD 1 BOX 118-B, SIGLERVILLE PA 17063 (717)667-9590 



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Ministers 

BOGDANOFF. VICTOR 
BONIRAGER , DEWAYNE G. 
BOONE, GERALD 
BORING. WALTER A. 
BOSS, DOUGLAS 
BOWER, RICHARD J. 
BOWIE . GEORGE A. 
BOWMAN. B. HAMPTON 
BRENNER, PETER R K. 
BRIDGES SR, JOHN 
BRISTOL. ALBERT S. 
BRISTOL. JOHN E. 
BRITTON, ERWIN A. 
BROWN, HENRY JACK 
BROWN. ROBERT 
BROWN JR. GEORGE W. 
BRUCE. MARK 
BUCHMAN. RICHARD P. 
BUELL. CLIFFORD 
BUHL. GEORGE 
BULL. HOWARD E. 
BUNKER. EVERETT 
BUNKER. LEE ANN 
BURCKBUCHLER. FRED 
BURKE, THOMAS J. 
BURLEY. ALDEN DAVID 
BURNES, SHARY 
BURROWS, GEORGE R. 
BURTON. CLIFFORD 
BUTMAN. HARRY R. 
CAMBOUROPOULOS, PHAEDON 
CAMPBELL. DONALD J. 
CAMPBELL. GABE L 
CAMPBELL. RICHARD M. 
CAPOBIANCO, LEONARD J. 
CARLSON, ROBERT T. 
CARMEN, DAVID R. 
CARMICHAEL, JACK 
CARSON, JAMES 
CARSON. -OHN 
CAVIN. LARRY 
CAYTON. JOHN 
CHAFFEE, RICHARD D. 
CHAMBERLAIN. CLARK 
CHILDS. ARTHUR W. 
CHO, ISAIAH J. 
CHRISTIAN, B. THOMAS 
CHRISTIAN. JAMES H. 
CHRISTIAN. LEO D. 
CHRISTIAN, ROBERT 
CHRISTIAN. RUSSEL M. 
CHRISTOPHERSON, NORMAN C. 
CHURCH, RODERICK C, 
CIMBORA JR, JOSEPH 
CLAASSEN, DAVID J. 
CLACK. DAVID 



9 PRIMROSE ST, BOSTON MA 02131-1615 (617) 469-6857 
640 NW 74TH TER. PLANTATION FL 33317 (954)583-1122 
10460 S BIRD LAKE RD. OSSEO Ml 49266 

2161 HACIENDA ST. REDDING CA 96003-9048 (916) 223-3297 

ROUTE A BOX 2415. ROBERTA GA 31078 (912) 836-4287 

385 W ALAMEDA AVE, #302, BURBANK CA 91 506-3339 (81 8) 845-8401 

203 S SUNSET TRL MS. MICHIGAN CITY IN 46360 (219) 872-1781 

1536 PORTS O'CALL DR. PLANO TX 75075-2222 (214) 869-1703 

136WEDGEWOODDR. CHARLOTTE Ml 48813 (517)543-4321 

PO BOX 298. DEMOREST GA 30535 (706) 778-2556 
3270 GLENDALE-MILFORD RD. EVENDALE OH 45241-3137 (513) 563-1044 

PO BOX 195. FLINT Ml 48501 (810) 767-3165 
421 CORTLAND AVE. WINTER PARK FL 32789-3931 

3061 N ADAMS RD, BLOOMFIELD HILLS Ml 48304 (810)649-1049 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. LAFAYETTE OH 45854 (419)649-3851 

RT 9 22916 102ND TRL. LIVE OAK FL 32060 (904)658-3452 

RR 1 BOX 665. ORRINGTON ME 04474-9728 (207) 825-3404 

1010 W CEDAR RIDGE CT. MEQUON Wl 53092 (414) 377-3938 
3885 TUSCARAWAS RD. BEAVER FALLS PA 15009 

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1860 TICE CREEK DR # 1454. WALNUT CREEK CA (415) 937-4790 
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PO BOX 239. OLD ORCHARD BEACH ME 04064-0239 

210 N LEXINGTON ST, SPRING GREEN Wl 53588 (608) 588-2442 

201 SEWARD. HUDSON Ml 49247 (517)437-5043 

6645 WARREN RD, ANN ARBOR Ml 48105 (313) 663-0014 

5645 HAVENS CORNERS RD. GAHANNA OH 43230 (614) 476-9408 

2242 WOODVIEW DR, ALPENA Ml 49707 (517) 354-2048 

6501 S CRENSHAW BLVD. LOS ANGELES CA 90043 (213) 750-5469 

2451 SOLEDAD CAYNON RD. ACTON CA 9351 0-241 5 (805) 269-1 147 
46 MOULOPOULOS ST GR-17455 ALIMO. ATHENS 

PO BOX 275. WATERVLIET Ml 49098 (616) 637-4744 

39 MAPLEWOOD DR. AKRON OH 44313 (216)253-5109 

1535 BAMWICK DR. HOUSTON TX 77090 (713)440-6570 

456 MADISON AVE, OMRO Wl 54963 (414)685-6777 

RR 1 BOX 61 9A. ORRINGTON ME 04474 (207) 825-3404 

PO BOX 238, BETHLEHEM NH 03574 (603) 869-2253 

950 BELLA VISTA AVE. PARADISE CA 95969 (916)877-3254 

7 KNIGHT ST. CONCORD NH 03301-3213 

209 S "J" ST. TACOMA WA 98405 (206) 383-3878 

912 GRANT. DOWNERS GROVE IL 60515 (708)241-0226 

2 WEBSTER ST. MIDDLEBOROUGH MA 02346 (508) 866-2931 
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PO BOX 96369, HOUSTON TX 77213-6369 (713)529-3589 

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3880-E CAMINITO AGUILAR, SAN DIEGO CA 921 1 1 (619) 571-0445 

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14727 VALEDADR, LA MIRADA CA 90638 (310)941-7367 
244 HARTFORD RD, SALEM CT 06420 (860)859-1925 
1204 4TH ST NE. WASECA MN 56093-4044 (507) 835-4548 
77 PAKO AVE. KEENE NH 03431 (603) 352-7065 
7 GROVER ST. CONCORD NH 03301 (603) 886-5010 
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#1 BUNTING LN. NAPERVILLE IL 60565 (413)743-2464 
41 16 ST ANTHONY RD, TEMPERANCE OH 48182 (313)856-4267 
22 PEREGRINE CIR. AGOURA CA 91301 (818) 889-6965 



188 



Ministers 

CLARK, ALLEN M. 
CLARK. HARRY W. 
CLARK, PAUL D. 
CLARKE. JOSEPH W. 
CLARKE, ROBERT B. 
CLAWSON, DAVID M. 
COATES, ROBERT B. 
CONDIT, GORDON 
CONKLIN, CHRISTOPHER 
CONN. HOWARD J. 
CONN, HOWARD J. 
COOK, ASHLEY M. 
COOKE, JOSEPH A. 
CORBIN, HAROLD 
COX. DAVID L. 
CREE. BURKERT 
CROCKER, ARNOLD WESLEY 
CROSBY, ZACHARY C. 
CROSS. PAUL 
CROSSMAN. CRAIG 
CROUSE. TOM 
CRUICKSHANK, COLIN 
CUNNING, JERRY 
CUNNING, .^UTH 
CURRIER, JOHN W. 
CURTIS, JOHN B. 
CUTTING, HARVEY W. 
D ARCY, DAVID L. 
DAHLBORG. LARRY E. 
DANDO, PATRICIA 
DANIELS. RICHARD W. 
DARLING. THOMAS E. 
DAVENPORT. LEVI 
DAVIDSON JR. DANIEL H. 
DEINSTADT, LELSIE G. 
DEPUNG, RONALD L. 
DEUBLE. JOHN W. 
DIBIASIO-SNYDER, CAROL 
DIBIASIO-SNYDER, RALPH 
DICKINSON, FRED 
DODGE, DAVID 
DOLE. FRED M. 
DORIANI, MARJORIE 
DORIANI. MAX 
DORIANI, PAUL M. 
DOUD, JOHN F. 
DOWNING, EVERETT 
DROWN. DOUGLAS WARREN 
DUNN SR. MARKHAM E. 
DURGAN, HARMAN R. 
DUZEN. NORMAN 
DYRLAND, DAVID 
EARLE. WF.NDY SUE 
EATON. JA.»^ES E. 
EICHORN. JOHN C. 
ELDER, FREDERICK 



518 SPRING ST, NEW KENSINGTON PA 15068-5832 (412)335-5535 

N58 W5642 EDGEWATER DR, CEDARBURG Wl 53012 (414) 375-1074 

225 WAKE AVE #100, EL CENTRO CA 92243 (619) 370-0223 
4617 S NAPA ST. SPOKANE WA 99203-6447 (508) 763-3685 
180 S SOANGETAHA RD, GALESBURG IL 61401 (309) 343-6232 
306 FORLIVIEW RD, GLENSHAW PA 15116-1824 (412)486-1972 
2150 FOOTHILL DR, SALT LAKE CITY UT 84109 (801) 484-1269 
9220 W CITRUS SPRINGS BLVD. CITRUS SPRINGS FL (904) 637-5543 
104 E 4TH, MAPLE HILL KS 66507 

81 1 W CIRCULO NAPA, GREEN VALLEY AZ 85614-2822 (602) 625-3756 

PO BOX 237, MARCELL MN 56657 (218)832-3474 

517 JEFFERSON ST, OREGON CITY OR 97045-2327 (503) 656-7296 

4445 ORANGE GROVE BLVD. N FORT MYERS FL 33903 (813)656-5309 
1806 SANDALWOOD DR BOX 144. DUNWOODY GA 30350 

540 E 6TH ST. ALTON IL 62002-3602 (618)466-8843 

PO BOX 7466, CARMEL BY THE SEA CA 93921 (408)624-5712 

PO BOX 37, SAMARIA Ml 48177 (313) 856-6581 

3833 E SUPERIOR ST, DULUTH MN 55804 (218) 547-3335 

329 MAIN ST. YARMOUTH PORT MA 02675 (508) 362-6977 

PO BOX 1701, FRANKFORT Ml 49635-1701 (616)352-6704 

RR3BOX3128, HOLLAND MA 01521 (413)786-6577 

KING ST. DENNYSVILLE-EDMUNDS ME 04628 (207) 726-3905 

3233 PIERO. TOLEDO OH 43615 (419)382-4979 

3233 PIERO. TOLEDO OH 43615 (418)382-4979 

PO BOX 251, HARTLAND Wl 53029 (414) 367-8153 

705 BOND ST, NORTH MANCHESTER IN 46562 (219) 982-6835 

13661 103RD AVE, SUN CITY AZ 85351 (602) 972-6663 

52606 HIGHLAND DR. SOUTH BEND IN 46635 (219) 273-1 150 

53 OAK HILL RD, OAKDALE CT 06370 (860) 848-7325 

7048 142ND ST W, APPLE VALLEY MN 55124 (612) 432-8484 

395 WESTMINSTER RD, CANTERBURY CT 06331 (860) 546-9752 

PO BOX 146A, STAFFORDVILLE CT 06077-9999 (860) 684-3726 

PO BOX 162, WINDSOR MA 01270-0162 (413) 684-2805 

24 ELTON RD, WEST YARMOUTH MA 02673 (508) 775-2766 

12 VALENCIA CIR, DEBARRY FL 32713 (407)668-8700 

3212PUNTALUNARD. FRUITPORT Ml 49415 (616)865-3301 

5265 OWL CREEK DR, WESTERVILLE OH 44081 (614) 891-9662 

1502 N MAIN, OSHKOSH Wl 54901 (414) 231-0121 

1502 N MAIN, OSHKOSH Wl 54901 (414)231-0121 

20 DAVIS RD, BANGOR ME 04401-2309 (207)947-3808 

PO BOX 615, DIXFIELD ME 04224 (207) 562-4582 

PO BOX 62. COLCHESTER CT 06415 (860) 267-8543 

PO BOX 227. BIG RUN PA 1 571 5 (81 4) 427-2560 

210 CHURCH ST. BIG RUN PA 15715-0223 (814)427-2560 

4620 N HURRICANE RD, FRANKLIN IN 46131 (317)738-2523 

2621 MCCAIN RD, JACKSON Ml 49203 (517) 789-7571 

PO BOX 31 , WILMOT FLAT NH 03287-0031 (603) 526-9481 

PO BOX 253, BINGHAM ME 04920-0253 (207) 672-3380 

114 MINER ST, MIDDLETOWN CT 06457-1747 (860) 632-0733 

226 S 3RD ST, LIVINGSTON MT 59047 (406) 222-1577 
POBOX341,WHITNEYVILLE ME 04654-0341 (207)259-2088 

DUKEUNIV, BOX 91743. DURHAM NC 27708-1743 (919)613-1131 

87 BROADWAY. NORWICH CT 06360 (860) 886-2668 

1215 RED DOG LN. AUBURN CA 95603 (916)885-3345 

BOX 2749, TAUNTON MA 02780 (508)822-4332 



189 



Ministers 

ELLCEY. GREGORY A. 
ELLEFSON, BOYD G. 
ELMORE, JOHN R. 
ENGLAND. JERRY D. 
ERKEL. STEVE 
ERLENDSON, NORMAN 
EROEN, RON L 
ESTES. J,-^^ES F. 
ESTLER, KENT 
ETUKUDOH, JAMES J. 
EUSDEN, JOHN D. 
EWERT. PHILLIP J. 
FACKLAM. C. JAMES 
FACKLER. EDWARD H. 
FAHNESTOCK, FRANK 
FALKERSMA. RONALD 
FALKNOR. GORDON W. 
FARVER. JAMES 
FAWLER. RAYMOND 
FEDECHKO, MICHAEL 
FERGUSON, ALAN R. 
FIEDLER, KEVIN 
FILLEBROWN, WILLIAM P. 
FISHER, DAVID 
FLEISCHMANN, ROBERT H. 
FLEMING, PAUL 
FLEMING, ROBERT W. 
FLETCHER, ALEX 
FOSTER. DAVID B. 
FOSTER, WILLIAM H. 
FOUNTAIN, MARK 
FRANZIUS. FREDERIC 
FREEDMAN, WAYNE F. 
FREEMAN, RICHARD H. 
FREUD, SANDY L. 
FRY, C. GEORGE 
GASKELL, BENTON S. 
GEIST, EKI'lEST E. 
GENDA, WILLIAM L 
GENTRY, WILLIAM 
GEORGE. KENNETH H. 
GERDES, GISELA M. 
GERHARDT. LOUIS B. 
GERTMENIAN, JAMES 
GIERKE, DEWEY 
GILBERT, PAUL 
GILMORE, G. DON 
GOETTSCHE, BRUCE 
GOLDSMITH, CHARLES 
GORDON, GERALD 
GOSSETT, THOMAS G 
GOTTMAN, KENNETH W. 
GRAHAM, SAMUEL 
GRAICHEN, HARRY 
GRAY, DOUGLAS 
GRAY. KENNETH V. 



312W MAINST, MARSHALLTOWN lA 50158 

PO BOX 336. THOMSON IL 61285-0336 

5000 BURNT SHORE RD N. PUNTA GORDA FL 33955-1913 

HCR BOX 688, CLARK FORK ID 8381 1 

5716 FRUSHER LN. MADISON Wl 53711-5210 

1 0906 NE 1 85TH ST APT H201 . BOTHELL WA 9801 1-1781 

236 METROPOLE, AVALON CA 90704 

1443 S BASIN RD, COLVILLE WA 99114 

10 SARATOGA WAY, SHORT HILLS N J 07078 

MBON EBRE EKPARAKWA SES. ABAK. NIGERIA 

1 MONUMENT CIR. BENNINGTON VT 05201-1223 

212 E "E" ST PO BOX 655. MCCOOK NE 69001 

2013 SCHRAGE AVE. WHITING IN 46394 

3415 CROSS TIMBERS RD. FLOWER MOUND TX 

1 1000 APPLE VALLEY RD. APPLE VALLEY CA 92308 

4596 BARNES RD. TRAVERSE CITY Ml 49684 

107 DEER LAKE CIR. ORMOND BEACH FL 32174 

BOX 359. STOCKTON NJ 08559 

6501 W BROWARD BLVD. PLANTATION FL 33317 

PO BOX 2532, NEW LISKEARD POJ IPO 

PO BOX 22, HINSDALE NH 03451 

10 JONES LN. ANDOVER NJ 07821-0550 

166ALIDARD. BRAINTREE MA 02184 

6200 COLONIAL WAY. EDINA MN 55436 

7819 W BRIAR LAKE DR, DULUTH MN 55803 

PO BOX 46, THOMASTON CT 06787 

699 MAIN RD, CORFU NY 14036-9708 

19510WCHICAGO, DETROIT Ml 48228 

POBOX1793. MEDINA OH 44258-1793 

17316 SUNSET RD.BOTHWELL WA 98012-6710 

4951 SOQUEL DR, SOQUEL CA 95073-2430 

14 BAYBERRY LN. GROTON CT 06340 

PO BOX 531. COUNCIL ID 83612 

14 CAMDEN AVE. LAVALLETTE NJ 08735 

303 S ALTAVISTA. MONROVIA CA 91016 

158 W UNION ST, CIRCLEVILLE OH 43113 

2777 LIVMOR. PALM SPRINGS CA 92262 

215W6THST. MICHIGAN CITY IN 46361-8892 

1710LINDLN. GURNEE IL 60031 

65 S SHERMAN, WILKES-BARRE PA 18702 

311 E STOCKERST # 206. GLENDALE CA 91207 

PO BOX 1815. TWENTYNINE PALMS CA 92277 

1900 NICOLETT AVE. MINNEAPOLIS MN 55403 

122 PINE ST. FLORENCE MA 01060 

678 LYNNFIELD ST, LYNN MA 01904 

901 W WHITE RD, SPOKANE WA 99204-9228 

PO BOX 453, LAHARPE IL 61450 

PO BOX 8. ROCHESTER WI 53167 

48 CAMPBELL AVE. RUMFORD Rl 02916-3205 

2007 N FREDANOVICH CIR. PAYSON AZ 85541 

2653 ELMWOOD SE, GRAND RAPIDS Ml 49506 

6425 DAY ST, TUJUNGA CA 91042 

3800 W WILSON # 84, BANNING CA 92220 

7330 N SANTA MONICA BLVD. MILWAUKEE Wl 53217 

1 56 TOWN & CNTRY VIL R2 BOX 20. NORWAY ME 04268 



(515)752-4239 
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(201)701 

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(201)895-4060 
(617)843-1969 

(218)525-7604 
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(716) 599-3347 
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(408) 462-4088 
(860)446-0211 
(208) 253-6047 
(908) 793-0785 
(818)358-8622 
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(717) 822-6637 
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(413)584-9049 
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(401)434-1689 
(602) 964-8721 
(616) 949-6260 
(818)353-6798 
(714)849-9311 

(207) 998-4439 



190 



Ministers 

GRAY SR, JAMES A. 
GREELEY. ARTHUR W. 
GREENWOOD. ARTHUR 
GRITZKE. WARREN 
HAAS. VAN 

HAFERMAN. RICHARD J. 
HAHN. SUSAN 
HALCOMB. MICHAEL P. 
HALDANE JR. ROBERT 
HALE. EDWARD 
HALL. CHARLES H. 
HALL JR. LLOYD M. 
HALLAUER, GERALD G. 
HALLOCK, TERRY J. 
HALSEY. MICHAEL 
HAMMELMANN, HOWARD 
HANSCOM. CLARENCE W. 
HANSEN, BRYANT 
HARDING III, WILLIAM C. 
HARLOW. CHARLES E. 
HART. JAMES P. 
HASS, DONALD 
HATFIELD, MARK 
HAWK, DAVID A. 
HAZLETT. JACK 
HEALEY, THOMAS 
HEATH. ROBERTA 
HEATHER. THOMAS 
HENKE. ROBERT 
HENRY, DAVID B. 
HENRY. JAMES R. 
HEPLER. RUSSELL 
HEREL. ROBERT 
HERMES. LEON 
HERNANDEZ. JULIO C. 
HERRON, DONALD 
HILLMAN, WILLIAM 
HIRTLE, RALPH L. 
HOCH-WRAY, JUDITH 
HODGSON. BILL 
HOFFMAN. SCOTT M. 
HOLL, JAMES 
HOTCHKIN, RICHARD 
HOTCHKISS. JOE V. 
HUDSON, DELLIS 
HUNNICUTT, SUSAN 
HUNT, E. NEIL 
HUNT, THOMAS 
HUNTER. GARY 
HUNTER, ROBERT J. 
HUNTZINGER. GENE 
HUTCHINv,. ROLAND 
HUTSON, RONALD 
HYMAN, RICHARD 
ILIFF. JOHN 
lOFI. FAAFOUINA 



PO BOX 21 8, MAIZE KS 67101 

RFD 1 PO BOX 649, POLAND ME 04273 

1305WDELMAR, GOODFREY IL 62035 

PO BOX 866, NANTUCKET MA 02554-0866 

BOX 135, ROBERTS IL 60962 

1914 SE 40TH TERR #205, CAPE CORAL FL 33904 

318 CUTLER ST, ALLEGAN Ml 49010-1210 

5352 N BERKELEY BLVD, MILWAUKEE Wl 53217 

3818 JULIE DR,ZEPHRHILLS FL 33543 

503 US RT 224, SULLIVAN OH 44880 

PO BOX 38, PETERSON lA 51047-0038 

1800 COLLEGE AVE, RACINE Wl 53403 

MORTON ST APT 201 -D, PENNEY FARMS FL 32079 

121 S SPARTA ST PO BOX 328, WATAGA IL 61488 

3913 JONESBORORD, HAMPTON GA 30228 

4545 N PALM, FRESNO CA 93704 

29 E 9TH ST. HOLLAND Ml 49423 

4692 HURRICANE RD, FRANKLIN IN 46131 

12 ELM ST, BRAINTREE MA 02184 

PO BOX 1405, TALENT OR 97540-1405 

123 QUEENSTON DR, PITTSBURGH PA 15235 

3492 PINON PEAK DR, LAS VEGAS NV 891 15-2761 

17 E MAIN ST, SOUTH PARIS ME 04281 

763 MERRIMAK DR. BEREA OH 44017 

110 SOUTH RD. FARMINGTON CT 06032 

205 W 10TH AVE, CLEAR LAKE lA 50428 

PO BOX 4, RICHMOND MA 01254 

60 PUBLIC SQ, GALESBURG IL 61401 

353-1 LA HONDA DR, VALPARAISO IN 46383 

21 36 W WARNER AVE, CHICAGO IL 60618 

6 PLYMPTON ST. MIDDLEBORO MA 02346 

321 SUNBURY ST. MINERSVILLE PA 17954 

MAIN ST. CENTERBROOK CT 06409 

ONE KEY CAPRI 608 E, TREASURE ISLAND FL 33706 

COLONIA RIVERA HERNANDEZ #1 182, SAN PEDRO SULA 

S65 W24980 ROBYN RD. WAUKESHA Wl 53186 

PO BOX 21 1 , PLEASANT VALLEY CT 06063 

83WASHINGTONST#216, PENACOOK NH 03303 

350 CLINTON AVE. BROOKLYN NY 1 1238 

3042 E DAYTON AVE APT A, FRESNO CA 93726 

30 HILLSIDE RD, CHESTER NJ 07930 

PO BOX 87, WEST MILLGROVE OH 43467 

817 BUSHNELL ST, BELOIT Wl 53511 

470 HAVENS CORNER RD, GAHANNA OH 43230 

2101 ELMWOOD ST, PORT HURON Ml 48060-2702 

1314 NORTHWOOD BLVD, ROYAL OAK Ml 48073 

21355 MEADOWBROOK.NOVI Ml 48375 

8117 N 65TH ST, BROWN DEER Wl 53217 

PO BOX 249, JONESPORT ME 04649 

BOX 23, SPRING CREEK PA 16436 

16011 WPOE RD, BOWLING GREEN OH 43402 

RR # 1 BOX 52, HARPSWELL ME 04079 

1830MAPLEWOODDR, OWOSSO Ml 48867-9081 

6 CHURCH ST, KINGSTON NH 03848 

403 S JEFFERSON ST, SAGINAW Ml 48607 

1345 S45TH ST. SAN DIEGO CA 92113 



(316)721-5104 
(207) 998-4439 



(217)395-2512 
(941)945-6687 
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(414)332-1976 
(213)645-0301 
(419)289-7851 
(712)295-5651 
(414)634-5999 
(904) 284-8671 
(309) 375-6840 
(404) 478-2002 
(209) 222-3709 



(617)843-3616 

(412)329-2483 
(714)888-0020 
(207) 743-7903 
(216)234-9712 
(860) 677-2798 
(515)357-8253 
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(708) 864-8332 
(219)762-6615 
(312)472-8665 
(508) 946-4391 
(717)875-0262 
(860) 767-0240 
(813)360-5433 

(414)549-6516 
(860) 738-2875 
(603) 752-0330 
(212) 795-2067 
(209) 224-2692 
(908) 879-7097 
(419)691-0524 
(608) 362-2759 
(312)779-0123 
(810)984-5844 

(810)344-2583 
(414)352-7100 
(207) 497-5985 
(814)664-8885 
(419)352-0408 

(517)723^744 
(603)642-8130 
(317)738-2523 
(219)262-5564 



191 



Ministers 

IRVINE. WENDELL J. 
IRVING. RICHARD 
JACKMAN. RALPH 
JACKSON. PHIL R. 
JACOBSON, WAYNE 
JAUNCEY. JAMES 
JENSEN, MARK P. 
JOHNSON, BARRY L. 
JOHNSON, C. L. 
JONES, DONALD A. 
JONES, JACK 
JONES, JERROLD 
JONES, SAMUEL ROGER 
JONES. THOMAS M. 
JONES-HOOD. LOTTIE 
JOSLIN, ERVIN R. 
JOY. ROBERT 
KAISER-CROSS. DAVID 
KAISER-CROSS. DEBORAH 
KALIFA ENELI 
KALILI, JOHN L A. 
KANTZ, GEORGE 
KAROW, JAYT. 
KAUFFMAN. CLYDE R. 
KECKLEY. E. WELDON 
KEENEY, RICHARD 
KEITHLEY, DAVID 
KELLOWAY. ALICE 
KELSEY. RALPH E. 
KEMMERER, JOEL 
KEOUGH. JAMES G. 
KILLINGBECK, HOWARD 
KILLINGER, JOHN 
KIMBERLY. DAVID 
KINARD. HAROLD S. 
KING, KATHY 
KIRSCHNZ.t, ARNIE 
KLINGSPORN, GARYW. 
KNUDSEN, RICHARD 0. 
KOCH, MARY 
KOCH, RICHARD J. 
KOCH, ROBERT H. 
KOESHALL, PAUL 
KOHL. MANFRED W. 
KOHLS, RANDALL 
KREBS, ARTHUR H. 
KRINGEL, KRIS 
KRON, HILDING I. 
KURRASCH, RICHARD 
KURTZ, JAMES 
LABOMBARD, FLOYD 
LAKE, RONALD 
LANE. MARY C. 
LANGE. WILLIAM C. 
LANSING. DANIEL 
LARSON, ARLIN T. 



22 AGENT RD. RAYMOND NH 03077 

2561 SANTIAGO AVE. SANTA ANA CA 92706 

326 W12TH AVE. EMPORIA KS 66801 

5537 N BAY RIDGE. WHITEFISH BAY Wl 53217 

PO BOX 395. DERBY CT 06418 

118 BELVIDERE AT MESA EL PASO TX 79912 

26277 KILTARTAN, FARMINGTON HILLS Ml 48334 

1475 INDIAN CREEK PKWY. JUPITER FL 33458 

12430 N LAKE SHORE DR. MEQUON Wl 53092-331 1 

1010WASHINGTONBLVD. BUSHNELL IL 61422-1045 

278 COLLEY ST. WILKES-BARRE PA 18702 

912 S MACOMBER ST. GREENVILLE Ml 48838-2252 

1 107 30TH ST. VALLEY AL 36854 

RR #1 BOX 38. LODA IL 60948 

33 E FOREST AVE. DETROIT Ml 48201 

PO BOX 10513. RIVIERA BEACH CA 3419 

403 N HENDERSON ST. TOULON IL 61483 

1475 INDIAN CREEK PKWY. JUPITER FL 33458 

1475 INDIAN CREEK PKWY. JUPITER FL 33458 

2563 E 68TH, ANCHORAGE AK 99577 

1744ALAADLANIST. HONOLULU HI 96819 

56TH STAT FIRST. PULLMAN Ml 49450 

5 E FRANK ST, ELKHORN Wl 53121 

3312 FOREST DR. CHEYENNE WY 82001 

PO BOX 1822. JOPLIN MO 64802 

4926 14TH PL SE. SALEM OR 93706 

PO BOX 493, LAHARPE IL 61450 

PO BOX 1 161 . YORK HARBOR ME 0391 1 

134 MAIN ST. CANDOR NY 13743 

PO BOX 265. COTATI CA 94931 

5449 CLARKSTON RD BOX 221, CLARKSTON Ml 48347-0221 

RR 1 BOX 13. NARKA KS 66960-9451 

BOX513. MACKINAC ISLAND Ml 49757 

440TANYAAVENW. MASSILLON OH 44646 

PO BOX 1 1 1 3. MT PLEASANT PA 1 5666-31 1 3 

103 WASHINGTON, ROCKWELL lA 50469 

1220 S 1 1TH ST. ALPENA Ml 49707 

6200 COLONIAL WAY. EDINA MN 55436 

5220 N SANTA MONICA BLVD. WHITEFISH BAY Wl 53217 

2610 E NORTHERN LIGHTS, ANCHORAGE AK 99508-4119 

2610 E NORTHERN LIGHTS, ANCHORAGE AK 99508-4119 

409NSAGINAWST, DURAND Ml 48429 

PO BOX 178312, SAN DIEGO CA 92177 

27 WAPPING RD. KINGSTON MA 02364-1301 

5107 SBLACKSTONE AVE #1207. CHICAGO IL 60615 

4706 SCOTT ST. DAVENPORT lA 52806-4130 

24254 HAWTHORNE BLVD SUITE A, TORRANCE CA 90505 

ROUTE 14A PO BOX 138, ONECO CT 06873 

1314 NORTHWOOD BLVD, ROYAL OAK Ml 48073 

PO BOX 681 . CAPE MAY ST HSE NJ 08210 

RR1 BOX 1823 WEST RD. BENNINGTON VT 05201 

PO BOX 162. HANOVER CT 06350 

PO BOX 606, DEMOREST GA 30535 

5934 8TH AVE. KENOSHA Wl 53140 

303 S ALTAVISTA. MONROVIA CA 91016 

PO BOX 1615 . DEMOREST GA 30535 



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310)378-1273 

810)435-0108 

413)458-3467 
860) 822-6771 
404)778-8014 

818)358-8622 
706) 778-2205 



192 



Ministers 

LARSON. RICHARD 
LAWRENCE. ROBERT P. 
LAWSON, GLENN A. 
LENZ. DOROTHY L. 
LIEBNOW. JAMES T. 
LILES. RICHARD D. 
LIMMER. DONALD R. 
LINDEN, LOWELL W. 
LINDSAY. DONALD E. 
LINDSAY. JEFFREY M. 
LINDVALL, JOHN A. 
LINDVALL. RICHARD M. 
LISON. ERIC 
LITSIKAKIS. PANOS 
LIVINGSTON. ROBERT K 
LORD. DAVID A. 
LORD. HARVEY R. 
LOVE. MARY HELEN 
LOWEY. RICHARD 
LOWMASTER. JOHN 
LUBER R.-YMOND 
LYONS, RUTH M. 
LYRA JR. SYNESIO 
MABREY. JOHN 
MADSEN. JOHN 
MAGIE, ROBERT 
MAMOE. SMKTH 
MANKIN, J. W. 
MANN, JAMES C. 
MAPPLEBECKPALMER. RICHARD 
MARCOUX. MARY 
MARSH. ELAINE 
MARTIN, BRYAN 
MARTIN. JAMES 
MATHEWSON. DAN 
MATTHEWS. LIN 
MCCANN. JACKA. 
MCCAY , KENNETH A. 
MCCORMICK . BERT E. 
MCCRILLIS. CHARLES 
MCFARLAND . CECIL L . 
MCKENZIE, JAMES 
MCLAUGHLAN. CLIFF 
MCNAIR. BRUCE 
MCNAIR. MAJOR 
MELANO, CHARLES A. 
MERGENER, PAUL N. 
MERIWETHER , HAROLD R. 
MERKEL. STUART R. 
MERRILL. lAMES A. 
METCALF.jOHN 
MEXCUR. DW1GHT E. 
MEYERS. ROBIN R. 
MILCO. CRAIG S. 
MILLAR JR. ROBERT 
MILLER. DIANE 



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703 N 9TH ST. VINCENNES IN 47491 

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203 S PARK DR. HUTCHINSON KS 67502 

485 WEST ST, BEREA OH 44017 

2 W OLIVE AVE, REDLANDS CA 92373 

34182 HAZEL ST. ABBOTSFORD BRIT COL V2S 2N5 

6200 COLONIAL WAY, EDINA MN 55436 

1865 PARKVIEW CiR, COSTA MESA CA 92627 

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PO BOX 352, VERMONTVILLE Ml 49096 

PO BOX 73 681 00, ALEXANDROUPOLIS 

2345 ROBINSON RD SE, GRAND RAPIDS Ml 49506 

2722 N INNSBRUCK DR, NEW BRIGHTON MN 55112 

10 STREAKED MOUNTAIN RD, SOUTH PARIS ME 04281 

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20 W GARDNER AVE, GLENHOLDEN PA 19036-1815 

WALNUT & LOCUST STS. PITTSBURGH PA 15223 

1157 10TH ST. BELOIT Wl 53511 

PO BOX 2212, LAGUNA HILLS CA 90653 

2138 CEDAR ST, BERKELEY CA 94709 

PO BOX 7. EAST SMITHFIELD PA 18817 

42 PARK ST. ADAMS MA 01220 

1717 E CARSON ST. CARSON CA 90749 

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244 MAIN ST. HORTON Ml 49246-0050 

472 DALE RD, MARTINEZ CA 94553 

12239 62ND ST N, STILLWATER MN 55082 

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1303 9TH ST. MASSILLON OH 44647 

P0B0X81.SANDISFIELD MA 01255 

200 ARIZONA ST. BISBEE AZ 85603 

429 SHORE RD. NOKOMIS FL 33555 

136 HORSESHOE DR, WILLIAMSBURG VA 23185-5006 

6 PLYMPTON ST, MIDDLEBORO MA 02346 

PO BOX 475. CROSSVILLE TN 38557 

361 3 W RIVER RIDGE CT, MEQUON Wl 53092 

PO BOX 967, CAPE CORAL FL 33991 

637 LA CHAPA AVE, EL PASO TX 79912 

3863 MARYS GROVE CHURCH RD, MEBANE NC 27302 

52 SEMINOLE RD, YARMOUTH PORT MA 02675 

634 STATE ST APT A2, EATON RAPIDS Ml 48827-0035 

215 S THIRD, CARMI IL 62821 

32 DARTMOUTH AVE, WEST HARTFORD CT 06110 

PO BOX 908, MILFORD ME 04461-0908 

1035 N SOMERSET RD/PO BOX 156, SOMERSET Ml 49281 

127 WINNACUNNETRD, HAMPTON NH 03842 

3901 NW63RD ST, OKLAHOMA CITY OK 73116 

642 HIGH ST, HANSON MA 02341 

3041 FLORA LN, WAYNE Ml 48184 

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193 



Ministers 

MILLER, JOHN F. 
MILLER, JOHN L 
MILLER, PAUL G. 
MILLER, THOMAS E S. 
MISARSK' STEPHEN 
MONTIETH, CHARLES 
MOODY, DAVID 
MOORE, JOHN 
MORISA, VILI 
MORRISON, MARVIS H. 
MORROW, DAVID L. 
MOSTON, ROBERT 
MULLANY, MICHAEL 
MULLEN, DONALD C. 
MULLINGS, SIDLEY 
MURDY, PETER W. 
MURPHY, ALICE 
MURRAY, MICHAEL B. 
MURRAY, ROBERT 
MUTH, PHILIP A. 
NAEVESTAD. SCOTT 
NASGOWITZ, DAVID W. 
NAVARRE, JOHN 
NELSON, ANDREW 
NELSON. ERIC 
NEUFELD, MARIANNE 
NICHOLAS, DALE 
NOBLE, JACK E . 
NOBLE, WINSTON 
NOLEN, SALLY J. 
NOOMEN, PIETER 
NORRIS, G. GRAHAM 
ODONNELL, WILLIAM 
OLSEN, DONALD 

OLSEN, r:ger 

OLSON, GAYLUND G. 
OLSON, MATTHEW W. 
OSTBERG, KARL G. 
PAI, HYO SHICK 
PAIGE-MORGAN, CHARLES M. 
PALMER, ALLAN C. 
PARKER. DAVID 
PARKER, H. FRANKLIN 
PARKHURST, L. G. 
PARSONS, TONNA 
PATERIK, ROY D. 
PATTEN. WILLIS C. 
PAULEY, BRUCE 
PEACH, CREIGHTON 0. 
PEACH, DEBORAH 
PEARSON, JOHN 
PEARSON, RICHARD 
PEAY, STEVEN 
PEMASA, SELEFUTI 
PENIAMINA, MATAPOO 
PENICK. JOSEPH 



1 10 ASH ST E, THREE OAKS Ml 49128 (616)756-7213 

WASHINGTON@THURSTON, MEADVILLE PA 16335 (814) 336-1284 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, DOVER IL 61323 (815)643-2197 

1417 HINMAN AVE, EVANSTON IL 60201 (847)864-6712 

20 BEDARD ST, DERRY NH 03038 (603) 432-5207 
ROCKLAND, ME 

PO BOX 846, BUCKEYE LAKE OH 43008 (614) 928-4979 

1626 N 70TH, WAUWATOSA WI 53213 (414)259-0763 

2563 E 68TH , ANCHORAGE AK 99577 (907) 522-2268 

207 RIVERVIEW RD, BRIDGEWATER NJ 08807 (201)725-1746 

1 SARASOTA DR. STAFFORD VA 22554 (540) 659-8842 

MIDDLE RD. NORTH CLARENDON VT 05759 (802) 773-5436 

10MONADNOCKRD.TROY NH 03465 (603)242-6252 

936 N 7TH ST. TERRE HAUTE IN 47807-1536 (812)232-6587 

4901 SNYDER AVE. BROOKLYN NY 11203 (212)693-4196 

POBOX177. EASTFORD CT 06242 (860)974-2793 

1695 SCENIC RD. RICHFIELD WI 53076 (414) 668-6302 

POBOX632. STANTON Ml 48888 (517)831-5034 
POBOX1209. CEREDO WV 25507-1209 

3065 FAIRWOOD CT. WAUWATOSA WI 53222 (414) 257-3099 

2433 OAKWOOD DR. GREEN BAY WI 54304 (414) 499-8245 

211 TROY LN. LOMBARD IL 60148 (708)932-7122 

3521 CHERRY. KANSAS CITY MO 64109 (816)753-6232 
R 2 BOX 646. CLANTON AL 35045 

8 PINE HILL RD, WESTPORT MA 02790 (508) 636-8765 

1016 COUNTY RD M.ADAMS WI 53910-9645 (608)339-9733 

CENTER RD BOX 40. CORNISH NH 03746 (603)542-8546 

2301 65TH ST, VALLEY AL 36854 334-756-6625 
RT 1 BOX 178. MARBURY AL 36051 

4223MARMOOR DR. LANSING Ml 48917 (517)323-2357 

540 S COMMONWEALTH. LOS ANGELES CA 90020 (213)385-1341 

7415 LIGHTWOOD RD. MARBURY AL 36051 (205) 569-3050 

10317 S OAKLEY. CHICAGO IL 60643-2408 (312) 233-3103 

27800 SOUTHFIELD. LATHRUP VILLAGE Ml 48076 (810)443-5275 
460 KENT RD. TALLASSEE FL 36078 

PO BOX 426. THOMPSON FALLS MT 59873 (406) 827-421 1 

710 N MEAD ST. ST JOHNS Ml 48879-1332 (517) 224-2636 

27 W BRIDGE ST. SAUGERTIES NY 12477 (914)247-0102 

906 E MAIN. BURBANK CA 91506 (213) 662-6827 

107 MAIN ST. PITTSFIELD NH 03263 (603) 435-821 1 

38 POND ST. HALIFAX MA 02338 (617) 293-7997 

64 TUDOR AVE. CLEVELAND OH 44146-2030 (216)237-9782 
RR 2 BOX 107. EPSOM NH 03234-9219 

1051 NW234THST, EDMOND OK 73003 (405)341-7477 

BOX531.GREENVILEE lA 51343 (712)838-4801 

1542 BOYD ST. ASHLAND NE 68003 (402)873-6217 
713 E MAIN ST. INDEPENDENCE KS 67301-3725 

PO BOX 545. LAKE ODESSA Ml 48849 (616) 374-8753 

PO BOX 249, LONE ROCK WI 53556 (608) 583-7222 

PO BOX 249, LONE ROCK WI 53556 (608) 583-7222 

PO BOX 12. CALEDONIA IL 6101 1 (608) 362-5974 

4246 STRAW LN.ROSCOE IL 61073 (815)623-2348 
1511 CHURCH ST. WAUWATOSA WI 53213 

13612 HOOVER ST. WESTMINSTER CA 92683 (714) 892-4218 

4917 W 16TH ST. SANTA ANA CA 92703 (714) 537-1502 

BOWERY ST & COLLEGE AVE, FROSTBURG MD 21502 (301) ( 



194 



Ministers 

PERRY. H. CLINTON 
PERSON, MICHAEL 
PETERS, HOWARD F. 
PHILLIPS, AL 
PHILLIPS, LLOYD 
PIERCE, GARY W. 
PIERCE, HARVEY L. 
PIERCE, RICHARD E. 
PERSON, FRANKLIN 
PIPPERT, SANDRA 
PLANK III. FRANK B. 
POLLEY. CHARLES 
POTTER, DALE 
POTTER, JOHNNY 
PRITCHARD. RICHARD E. 
RAFUSE, WILLIAM 
RANDALL . EDWIN C. 
RAY, PAUL N. 
REAM, NORMAN S. 
REED, DAVID D. 
REED. LOUISE 
RESCH, MIRIAM C. 
RICHARD, CLAYTON E. 
RICHARD. THOMAS M. 
RICHARDS, CHRIS 
RICHARDSON, LONNIE 
RICKEL, MARIAN 
RICKEMAN. VIRGINIA 
RIENSTRA, MARCHIENE VROON 
RIETHMILLER, PEGGY M. 
RIGGS. WAYNE 
RIPLEY. ROBERT J. 
RITTENHOUSE, H. B. 
RITTER, ARTHUR P. 
ROACH, KEVIN 
ROBERTS, EDWIN 
RODGERS, RICHARD 
ROLSTEN, BRENTA. 
ROOT, DAVID 
ROOT, WAYNE G. 
ROSKA, JUDITH 
ROTTIER, FRANK 
ROUNER JR, ARTHUR A. 
ROWE. GARD L. 
ROWE. MARVIN 
RUDD, JOHN 
RUDMAN. ARTHUR 
RUSSELL, RONALD M. 
RUSTIN, MARK E. 
RYAN, KE-/NJ. 
SAFARAN. ROBERT 
SALA. SEPELINI 
SALMONS. ROBERT L. 
SANTANA, JULIO 
SAUNDERS, CLIFFORD R. 
SCHAFER. STEVEN B. 



PO BOX 584. NORWOOD CO 81432 

354 GOLDEN CT. WISCONSIN DELLS W! 53965 

5647 GLEN HILL DR, BETHEL PARK PA 15102 

5665 SCOTTWOOD RD, PARADISE CA 95969 

19671 CLEVELAND, SOUTH BEND IN 46637 

991 PILGRIM WAY. GREEN BAY Wl 54304 

420 SNIPATUIT RD. ROCHESTER MA 02770 

4 RIDGE ST, ANDOVER MA 01810 

PO BOX 57. BARNSTEAD NH 03225 

103 WASHINGTON, ROCKWELL lA 50469 

901 SW68TH AVE, PLANTATION FL 33317-4212 

93 CHAMBERS AVE. GREENVILLE PA 16125 

PO BOX 91. FLINT Ml 48503 

23 BOZRAH ST. BOZRAH CT 06334 

37 SCHENK ST, MADISON Wl 53714 

PO BOX 369, RAPID RIVER Ml 49878 

114 PROSPECT, NORWICH CT 06360-9801 

283 W YARMOUTH PORT RD. WEST YARMOUTH MA 02673 

PO BOX 1432, ESTES PARK CO 80517 

RR#1 BOX 565, SUMNER IL 62466 

.JOPLIN MO 

26067 WALNUT VALLEY, ELKHART IN 46517 

PO BOX 126, NANTUCKET MA 02554-3605 

3046 FLORA LN. WAYNE Ml 48184 

1511 CHURCH ST, WAUWATOSA Wl 53213 

30800 PIERCE, GARDEN CITY Mi 48135 

1900 NICOLLET AVE, MINNEAPOLIS MN 55403 

HOFFMAN & GRIFFITH STS, SAUGATUCK Ml 49453 

650 STATE ST PO BOX 39 , EATON RAPIDS Ml 48827 

2717 UNIVERSITY, SAN DIEGO CA 92104-2811 

12 ELM ST. BRAINTREE MA 02184 

WALNUT ST AT FIRST, FRIENDSVILLE MD 21531 

4155 MIDDLEBELTRD. WEST BLOOMFIELD Ml 48323 

80 ARVILLA ST. SPRINGFIELD MA 01118 

1950 MARINO TER. SAN MARINO CA 91105 

PO BOX 101, BISMARCK IL 61814 

39 S MULBERRY ST, CHILLICOTHE OH 45601 

640 MILLSBORO RD, MANSFIELD OH 44903 

BOX 154, TIPTON Ml 49287 

600 N GAREY AVE, POMONA CA 91767 

ROUTE 1, SHEFFIELD IL 61361 

3300 EDINBOROUGH WAY SUITE 202A, MINNEAPOLIS MN 

547 FALCON AVE, STATEN ISLAND NY 10306 

W6479 E PINE ST. DALTON Wl 53926 

PO BOX 178. ROBBINS NC 27325 

PO BOX 247, NORTH ANSON ME 04958 

MAIN ST, VERDON NE 68457 

1364WASHINGT0NAVE. PORTLAND ME 04103 

678 LYNNFIELD ST, LYNN MA 01904 

PO BOX 316. GOSHEN MA 01032-0316 

2563 E 68TH , ANCHORAGE AK 99577 

400 N 5TH AVE, MAYWOOD IL 60153 

4288 US HIGHWAY 92 W #7. PLANT CITY FL 33567-7731 

64TUD0RAVE. BEDFORD OH 44146 

14000 HENRY RUFF RD. LIVONIA Ml 48154 



(303) 327-4454 
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(414)468-3156 
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(508) 475-8430 
(603) 483-2846 
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(860) 889-6503 
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(413)782-6866 
(818)441-1021 
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(614)773-2233 
(419)756-3046 
(517)431-2460 
(909) 625-7663 

(612)926-8115 
(516) 897-7725 
(608)297-2107 
(910)656-7408 
(207)635-2137 
(402) 862-2008 
(207) 797-2002 



(907) 522-2268 
(708) 343-2445 
(813)754-2840 
(216)826-1641 
(313)425-7280 



195 



Ministers 

SCHALL ROEBKE, LEVONA J. 
SCHARF. STEVE 
SCHIBSTED. JAMES A 
SCHIMPF. KARL D. 
SCHLEICriHR, DONALD 
SCHNEIDER, JAMES 0. 
SCHNEIDER, LEE 
SCHOWALTER. DANIEL N. 
SCHULTZ JR, CLARENCE J. 
SCHUTJER. CLIFFORD D. 
SCHUYLER , CATHERINE E. 
SCOTT, RALPH Y. 
SCOTT, VIRGINIA L. 
SEARLES, RICHARD W. 
SELGO. TED 
SEVIER, FRED M. 
SEYMOUR, PATRICK 
SHARPE, RUTHA 
SHELDON, MARY ANN 
SHELLEY, PATRICK 
SHEPHERD, CYNTHIA L J. 
SHIRLEY, DIANNE 
SHULTZ II, LESLIE R. 
SIMONSON, HAROLD 
SISSEL, LEE 
SISSEL, TONJA 
SMITH, ARTHUR 
SMITH, BRADLEY 
SMITH, DAVID 
SMITH. ERNEST 
SMITH, FREDRICK H. 
SMITH, LEONARD 
SMITH, TERRY N. 
SMOTHER ^, GARY 
SNELL, GbORGIAANN 
SNELL, GREG 
SNIDER, SCOTT 
SNYDER, R. GEORGE 
SOMMERVILLE, THOMAS 
SPRAGUE, JOHN 
STEECE, ARVEL M. 
STEINER. BARBARA 
STEINER, NOLAN 
STODDARD. RICHARD 
STORM, TODD MICHAEL 
STREETER-GRAY. HARRIETT 
SULLIVAN. JACK 
SULLIVAN. ROBERT A, 
SUNDERMEYER. CARL 
SWANSON, JOHN C. 
SWANSON. MARTHA 
SWANSON JR , NEIL H. 
SWIFT. DOUGLAS 
SWOPE. GREGGORY D. 
TALLENT. SAM 
TANNER. MARK 



14240 EULER RD. BOWLING GREEN OH 43402 (419) 363-4887 

GENERAL DELIVERY, PINE RIVER Wl 54965 (414) 269-4109 

260 S JUTEWOOD, ANAHEIM CA 92808 (714)283-2802 

11227 N BOBOLINK. MEQUON Wl 53092 (414) 242-2621 

PO BOX 174 7976 GROVE ST, CENTRAL LAKE Ml (616) 544-6878 

4803 STILLBROOKE AVE, HOUSTON TX 77035 (713)723-6173 

1 1 537 APPLE VALLEY RD, APPLE VALLEY CA 92308 (61 9) 961 -2242 

414 CRAMFORD DR. RACINE Wl 53402 (414) 639-8293 
FIRST CONG CHURCH 5394 8TH ST, KENOSHA Wl 53140 (414) 694-5476 

640 MILLSBORO RD, MANSFIELD OH 44903 (419)756-5892 

112 LONG DR, HEMPSTEAD NY 11550-4717 (516) 481-4888 

1024 4THAVE, BEAVER FALLS PA 15010 (412)846-1866 

105 MOUNTAINVIEWRD. WARREN NJ 07059-5020 (201)701-0996 

BIRGE PARK RD BOX 197, HARWINTON CT 06791 (860) 485-1 120 

8529 LEMON AVE. LA MESA CA 91 941 -531 1 (61 9) 460-1 91 3 

10337 GARNETTE DT, SUN CITY AZ 85373 (602) 933-7454 

278 KATAHDIN AVE, MILLINOCKET ME 04462 (860) 725-5566 

2587 LAKEWOOD. DETROIT Ml 48215 (313)823-8795 
315 MAIN ST, ELLENDALE ND 58436 

2001 E GRAND RIVER AVE, LANSING Ml 48912 (517) 337-3937 

5162 TUXEDO BLVD. MOUND MN 55364 (612) 472-6924 

292 E MARKET ST. AKRON OH 44308-2091 (216)253-5109 

201 ROBERTS DR, MUKWONAGO Wl 53149-1129 (414) 363-3240 

PO BOX 7487, TACOMA WA 98407 (206) 752-0435 

PO BOX 38, METLAKATLA AK 99926 (907) 886-3263 

PO BOX 38, METLAKATLA AK 99926 (907) 886-3263 

PO BOX 194, PITTSFORD VT 05763 (802) 483-6408 

200 S SANDSTONE RD, SPRING ARBOR Ml 49283 (517) 524-6833 

PO BOX 206. WARREN ME 04864 (207) 273-3343 

903PEGUOTTRL, STONINGTON CT 06378 (860)535-3246 

515 S LYNCH, FLINT Ml 48503 (810) 232-8915 

213 ROSS RD, WETUMPKA AL 36092 (205)567-7874 

649 WORTHINGTON PL. ANN ARBOR Ml 481 03 (31 3) 994-5404 

28 LINFIELD ST, HOLBROOK MA 02343 (617)767-0992 

PO BOX 866, NANTUCKET MA 02554-0866 (508) 228-0950 
PO BOX 1324, KITALE KENYA 

PO BOX 86, WARROAD MN 56763 (218) 386-3290 

437 LIBRARY AVE, CARNEGIE PA 15106 (412)429-8517 
, LOS ANGELES CA 

HCR71 BOX 34. MACHIAS ME 04654 (207) 255-3660 

49 DRAGON HILL RD. SHELBURNE MA 01370-9561 (413) 625-6151 

2323 WASHINGTON. MANSFIELD OH 44903 (419)892-3282 

2323 WASHINGTON. MANSFIELD OH 44903 (419)892-3282 
425 FOREST AVE. FRANKFORT Ml 49635 

PO BOX 64. WAHOO NE 68066 (402)443-4922 

1 56 TOWN & COUNTRY VIL R2 BOX 20, NORWAY ME (904) 383-2285 

19510WCHICAGOBLVD. DETROIT Ml 48228 (313)342-6006 
1615 BLACKHAWK BLVD APT 213. SOUTH BELOIT IL 61080 (815) 389-8297 

PO BOX 27. EATON RAPIDS Ml 48827-0027 (517) 663-8420 

98 KEMPER ST. WOLLASTON MA 02170-2909 (617)773-8706 

98 KEMPER ST. WOLLASTON MA 02170-2909 (617)773-8706 

824 W PITCHER . NEVADA MO 64772 (417)667-4703 

515 N STATE COLLEGE BLVD. ANAHEIM CA 92806 (714)776-0960 

7887 CLEVELAND ST, RAPID RIVER Ml 49878 (906) 474-6901 

PO BOX 500. LYONS CO 80540 (303) 823-6981 
76 COURT ST. SKOWHEGAN ME 04976-1840 



196 



Ministers 

TAYLOR. GEORGE 
TAYLOR. TODD 
TERBUSH IV, JAY M. 
TETRAULT. MICHAEL 
THORNE, THOMAS 
THORNTON. SUSAN 
TIATIA. LIKI 
TIMM. MARVEL 
TKACHUK, THOMAS 
TODD. LORENZO S. 
TOSCANO, ELLA RAY 
TOWNE. FRED L. 
TROWBRIDGE. CLARK 
TRUMP. ROBERT K 
TRUMP JR. WILLIAM S. 
TUCKER, STEPHEN W. 
TUPUOLA JR, ILAI 
TWEED, CHARLES U. 
UBBELOHDE. KENNETH H. 
UDALL. JOHN 
VAN GALF ?R. GENE 
VAN TASSELL. THOMAS H. 
VAN TASSELL, WENDY H. 
VANDERKOLK, BRUCE 
VANEK. NOEL D. 
VANGUNDY, WAYNE 
VELLINGA, HENRY R. 
VERNON , WALTER J. 
VINSON, RICHARD L 
VIRTA, DENNIS 
VITZ, ROBERT H. 
VORNHOLT, ROBERT 
VOSS, B. MARGARET 
WALKER, CRAIG 
WALTHOUR, BRUCE S. 
WALTON, JOSEPH 
WALZ, DAVID 
WARMOUTH, ROBERT E. 
WARNER, THOMAS M. 
WEBER, EDMOND L 
WELCOME, DAVID 
WESTHOF. C JOHN 
WHITE, DENNIS 
WHITE, JONATHAN 
WHITE, MILTON E. 
WHITE, STANLEY E. 
WILDMAN JR, ROLAND 
WILDRICK, KENYON 
WILLIAMS, GAYLORD K. 
WILLIAMS, GERALD B. 
WILLIAMS 3ILBERT K. 
WILLIAMS, MARK L 
WILLIAMS, ROBERT 
WILLIAMS, VANCE 
WILSON, EARL 
WINDHORST, RONALD 



33 ABELS WAY, MARION MA 02738 (617) 748-2178 
1 1537 APPLE VALLEY RD, APPLE VALLEY CA 92308 

29 KING RD, WEST HARTFORD CT 06107 (517)561-2874 
159 HIGHLANDS AVE. LA SALLE QUEBEC CANADA 

PO BOX 236. NEOSHO MO 64850 (417)451-2655 
1900 NICOLLET AVE, MINNEAPOLIS MN 55403 

109 S APRILIA AVE, COMPTON CA 90220 (310) 763-5185 
7200 BAPTIST RD APT 207, BETHEL PARK PA 1 51 02 

128 ESTATES CIR, LAKE MARY FL 32746 (407) 323-6573 

6208 PONDEROSA WAY, MAGALIA CA 96954-9452 (916)873-2783 
841 ROSITA RD, DEL REY OAKS CA 93940 

20930-81 ST PL W, WEST EDMONDS WA 98026 (206) 778-8084 

466 CRANSON RD, BRONSON Ml 49028-9258 (517) 369-5704 

165 CRESTVIEW RD, COLUMBUS OH 43202 (614) 263-4536 

14115 MAGNOLIA BLVD, SHERMAN OAKS CA 91423 (818)789-7124 

1791 JEFFERSON RD, OTSEGO Ml 49078 (616) 694-6085 

12904 ALONA ST, MORENO VALLEY CA 92553-5657 (213)436-3871 

PO BOX 243, MT PLEASANT lA 52641 (319) 385-4671 

307 N SHORE DR, CLEAR LAKE lA 50428-1662 (515)357-3026 

RFD 1 BOX 180, NORTH BARNSTEAD NH 03225 (603) 267-6751 

657 BLUFF ST, BELOIT Wl 5351 1 (608) 676-4685 

3523 SNOWGLEN LN. LANSING Ml 48917 (517)323^183 

3523 SNOWGLEN LN, LANSING Ml 48917 (517)323-4183 

12 CHARLES ST, BANGOR Ml 49013 (616) 427-5146 

36 ASCAN AVE. FOREST HILLS NY 1 1 375 (71 8) 793-0931 

2007 E 15TH ST. JOPLIN MO 64804 (417) 623-0083 

10600 S PROSPECT, CHICAGO IL 60643 (312)445-7330 

711 GRAFTON PL, ANAHEIM CA 92805 (714)533-3522 

956 PINECREST DR. BIDWELL OH 45614-9275 (614)446-0037 

7912 FIELDING LN, GREENDALE Wl 53129 (414) 423-6788 
PO BOX 970, ROSEVILLE CA 95661 

W1 703 ROBACH, COCHRANE Wl 54622-9427 (608)248-2491 
4302 MILL POND DR, ROCKFORD Ml 49341 
PO BOX 1734, TWENTYNINE PALMS CA 92277 
5240 CLARKSTON RD, CLARKSTON Ml 48348 

841 ROSITA RD, DEL REY OAKS CA 93940 (408) 394-8000 

RR1 BOX 321 5, SOLON ME 04979 (207)643-2283 

8084 W STATE PO BOX 304, CENTRAL LAKE Ml 49622 (616) 544-3608 

RR 1 BOX 820, GRAFTON NH 03240 (603) 523-9148 

216 FORREST DR, SANFORD FL 32773 (407)322-1745 
3070 HIGH POINTE CT, BLOOMFIELD HILLS Ml 48302 

P.O. BOX 792, EDMOND OK 73063 (405) 330-8464 

1 902 WILLOW ST, PORT HURON Ml 48060 (81 0) 364-71 92 

1045 KENESAW SE, EAST GRAND RAPIDS Ml 49506 (616) 895-2291 

16621 LAKE FOREST DR. SUN CITY AZ 85351-1352 (602) 972-4767 

352 ROUTE 164, PRESTON CT 06365-8108 (860)887-6837 

213MULBERRY, POMEROY OH 45769 (614)992-2947 

10 SARATOGAWAY, SHORT HILLS NJ 07078 (908)580-0915 

PO BOX 8, ANAHOLA KAUAI HI 96766 (808)245-2274 

COR PARRISH & HAZEL, WILKES-BARRE PA 18702 (717)829-3790 

2844 PUAKI ST. LIHUE KAUAI HI 96766 (808) 245-2274 

2780 S CANAL ST, NEWTON FALLS OH 44444 (216) 872-5087 

PO BOX 250, MCGREGOR lA 52157 (319)873-3794 
PO BOX 554, ROCKLAND ME 04841 

2291 LIBERTY CHURCH RD, DEWY ROSE GA 30634 (706) 376-3900 

1 KING ST, DENNYSVILLE ME 04628 (207) 726-3905 



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Ministers 



WINTER, EDITH 880 PLEASANT AVE PO BOX 153. SAUGATUCK Ml (616) 857-8561 

WITZEL, THOMAS F. 10233 W SNEAD CIR S, SUN CITY AZ 85353-4203 (602) 977-4241 

WOODMAN, WESLEY G. PO BOX 572, UNION ME 04862 

WOODS, THERESA PO BOX 413, KENDUSKEAG ME 04450 (207) 884-8023 

WOODW/ ^D, RICHARD H. 98 BROOK ST BOX 172. DUNSTABLE MA 01827 (508) 649-7645 

WORKMAN, M. JAMES 25 BENNINGTON ST, NEEDHAM MA 02148-1 104 (617) 843-521 1 

WOZENCRAFT, SHARON 2901 W MT HOPE AVE, LANSING Ml 4891 1 (517) 484-0525 

WUELLNER, ROBERT L 2545 GREEN VALLEY DR, TOLEDO OH 43614 (419)385-1866 

WYMAN, SUSAN E 202 CENTER ST. WEST HARTLAND CT 06091 (860) 379-7300 

YORK. WALTER E. PO BOX 43, CARATUNK ME 04925-0043 

YOUNG, MELVIN 17 E MAIN ST, SOUTH PARIS ME 04281 (207) 743-2437 

YOUNG, ROBERT 727 L ST, ANCHORAGE AK 99520 (907) 272-1 174 

ZARCHER, PAUL 8921 WCR 1075 S, REELSVILLE IN 46171 (812) 986-2775 



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ORDINATIONS 

As reported to the 
National Association of Congregational Christian Churches 



NAME 



CHURCH 



Todd M. Storm 



First Congregational Ch. 
Wahoo, Nebraska 



William Gentry II 
Ella Ray Toscano 
Nancy T Bachelder 
Richard Rogers 



Rebecca VerStraten- 
McSparran 

Scott Snider 



First Congregational Ch 
Anchorage, Alaska 

Church of the Oaks 
Del Rey Oaks, CA 

Mayflower Congregational Ch. 
Grand Rapids, Ml 

Pleasant View Cong. Ch. 
Bismarck, Illinois 

First Congregational Ch 
Los Angeles, CA 

Union Congregational Church 
Warroad, Minnesota 



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CONGREGATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR 
THEOLOGICAL STUDIES 
CURRENT STUDENTS 



JOANMARIE ANDERSON 

(Drew) 

99 Foxbeach Ave. 

Staten Island. NY 10306 

MARY (MIMI) BIEDRON 
(METHESCO) 
2249 Parkwood Ave. 
Toledo, OH 43620 

MARK E BRUCE 
(Bangor) 
RR1,Box665 
Orrington, ME 04474 

HARLEY GRAIN 

(Fuller) 

21222 14^^PI.W. 

Lynnwood, WA 98036 

MARILYN DANIELSON 

(Ashland) 

30143 Dover 

Flat Rock. Ml 48134 

WILLIAM A FERGUSON 
(Andover-Newton) 
75 Central Street 
Rockland. MA 02370 

MARTIN HALL 

(Princeton) 

64 Mercer St., P.O. Box 821 

Princeton, NJ 08542-0803 



SCOTT HOFFMAN 
(New Brunsick) 
30 Hillside Road 
Chester, NJ 07930 



RICHARD MELANO 

(lliff) 

18306 E. Taforan Drive 

Aurora. CO 80015 

JOHN MILLER 
(McCormick) 
110 E. Ash Street 
Three Oaks, Ml 49128 

JOHN MOORE 
(Garrett-Evangelical) 
1626 North 70th Street 
Wauwatosa.WI 53213 

MICHAEL MULLANY 
(Gordon-Conwell) 
lOMonadnockRoad 
Troy, NH 03465 

CHRISTOPHER RYGH 

(Trinity) 

4919 S.3r* Street 

Greenfield. Wl 53221 

JOHN A. TITUS 

(Bangor) 

823 Main Street 

Monmouth. ME 04259 

CORNELIUS (CASEY) 

VANDER BENT 

(United) 

16460 23^^ St.. So. 

St. Croix Beach, MN 55043 

THERESA LEE WOODS 
(Bangor) 

39WashingtonSt.. Apt. 2 
Brewer. ME 04412 



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Christian Education Directors 



AK 


Anchorage 


First Congregational Ch. 


Heather Kniefel 


AK 


Anchorage 


First Samoan Cong. Ch. 


Eneli Kaiifa 


AL 


Valley 


Langdale Cong. Ch. 


Gena Smith 


AL 


Valley 


Pine Forest Cong. Ch. 


Iry Smith 


AZ 


Chandler 


Cong. Ch. of the Valley 


Taffy Clark 


AZ 


Sun City 


Congregational Church 


Thomas Witzel 


CA 


Anaheim 


First Cong. Ch. 


Shelley Jacobs 


CA 


Apple Valley 


Jess Ranch Comm. Ch. 


Deborah Fahnestock 


CA 


Avalon 


Avalon Comm. Ch. 


Carol Herbst 


CA 


Bass Lake 


Little Ch. in Pines 


Jeanne Bjorklund 


CA 


Berkeley 


Grace North Church 


Richard Mapplebeckpaimer 


CA 


Cotati 


Cong. Ch. of the Oaks 


Vivian Clark 


CA 


Del Rey Oaks 


Church of the Oaks 


Ella Ray Toscano 


CA 


Fresno 


The Cross Church 


Dorothy Geringer 


CA 


La Mesa 


Central Cong Ch. 


Lucille Sloan 


CA 


Los Angeles 


Cong, of the Messiah 


Cindy Howard 


CA 


Los Angeles 


First Cong. Ch. 


Rebecca Ver Straten-McSparran 


CA 


Monrovia 


Faith Congregational Ch. 


Anne Panser 


CA 


Paradise 


Craig Mem. Cong. Ch. 


Tom Todd 


CA 


Pomona 


Pilgrim Cong. Ch. 


Jan Manildi 


CA 


San Diego 


First Samoan Ch. 


Uputaua Tufono 


CA 


San Diego 


Plymouth Cong. Ch. 


Vicki Riggs 


CA 


San Diego 


Korean Cong. First Ch. 


Hee Soo Lee 


CA 


San Jose 


Pilgrim Cong. Ch. 


Mary Ellen Carrell 


CA 


Sherman Oaks 


Cong. Ch. of Chimes 


Gisela M. Gerdes 


CA 


Soquel 


Cong. Ch. of Soquel 


Laura Hamby 


CA 


Thousand Oaks 


Conejo Valley Cong. Ch. 


Wendy Gregson 


CA 


Twentynine Palms 


First Cong. Chr. Ch. 


Peggy Freshour 


CO 


Nonwood 


Canyon Chapel 


Adair Barrett 


CT 


Ashford 


Westford Cong. Ch. 


Melissa Cowen 


CT 


Brookfield 


Newbury Cong. Ch. 


Becky Bun- 


CT 


Canterbury 


Westminster Cong. Ch. 


Richard W. Daniels 


CT 


Colchester 


Westchester Cong. Ch. 


Mark & Susan King 


CT 


Colebrook 


Colebrook Cong. Ch. 


Brenda Olivieri 


CT 


Eastford 


Cong. Ch. of Eastford 


Cindy Brown 


CT 


Farmington 


Grace United Cong. Ch. 


Ana Gobar 


CT 


Hanover 


Hanover Cong. Ch. 


Ruth Tefft 


CT 


Hartford 


South Cong. Ch. 


Stuart R. Merkel 


CT 


Hanwinton 


Founders Cong. Ch. 


Kathleen Laniewski 


CT 


Jewett City 


Second Cong. Ch. 


LuAnn Saracen 


CT 


Lebanon 


Goshen Cong. Ch. 


Henry Grabber 


CT 


Middletown 


The Third Cong. Ch. 


Jonathon Doolittle 


CT 


Oakdale 


Montville Center Cong. 


Brenda Morgan 


CT 


Pleasant Valley 


FirstCongCh Brkhmsted 


Kay Page Greaser 


CT 


Preston 


Greenville Cong.. Ch. 


Donna Brown 


CT 


Preston 


Preston City Cong. Ch. 


Sandy Dudek 


CT 


Salem 


The Congregational Ch. 


Darlene Cusimano 


CT 


Staffordville 


Staffordville Cong. Ch. 


Sadie Green 


CT 


Stonington 


The Road Cong. Ch. 


Karen Stoddard 


CT 


Thomaston 


Eagle Rock Cong. Ch. 


Donna E. Sanford 


CT 


Uncasville 


Mohegan Cong. Ch. 


Mary Chapman 


CT 


West Hartland 


Second Cong. Ch 


Roxanne Lovell 


FL 


Citrus Springs 


Comm. Cong. Chr. Ch. 


Pat Sistrand 


FL 


Interlachen 


First Congregational Ch. 


Ken Walker 


FL 


Jupiter 


Jupiter First Ch. 


Marcy Kogut 


FL 


Mount Dora 


Congregational Ch. 


Anne Clark 



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FL 


Riviera Beach 


Sunrise Comm. Ch. 


Betty Pelton 


FL 


Sanford 


Cong. Christian Ch. 


Celeste Bedenbaugh 


GA 


Dewy Rose 


Liberty Cong. Ch. 


Alice Floyd 


GA 


Hampton 


County Line Cong. Chr. 


Laurie Moore 


HI 


Lihue 


Lihue First Ch. 


June Williams 


lA 


Clear Lake 


First Congregational Ch. 


Linda Wells 


lA 


Elkader 


First Congregational Ch. 


Karen Jaster 


lA 


Marshalltown 


First Congregational Ch. 


Julianne Packer 


lA 


Marshalltown 


Lamoille Cong.Comm. 


Sherry Benson 


lA 


Peterson 


First Congregational Ch. 


Gloria Goettsch 


lA 


Spencer 


First Congregational Ch. 


Kaye Price 


ID 


Council 


Community Cong. 


Jan Cheverton 


IL 


Alton 


First Cong. Ch. 


Carol Gooding 


IL 


Chicago 


Bethany Union Ch. 


John & Aracely Brooks 


IL 


Chicago 


Fourth Congregational 


Judith Towers-Mosher 


IL 


Dover 


Dover Congregational Ch. 


Renee DufTield 


IL 


Galesburg 


Central Congregational Ch. 


Debbie Phillips 


IL 


LaHarpe 


Union Ch. 


David Keithley 


IL 


Lamoille 


First Congregational Ch 


Jeannie King 


IL 


Maywood 


First Congregational Ch. 


Eva L. Salmons 


IL 


Plainfield 


Plymouth Cong. Ch. 


Beveriy Wysocki 


IL 


Port Byron 


Port Byron Cong. 


Sharon McMillan 


IL 


Quincy 


First Union Cong. Ch. 


Katie Willis 


IL 


Roberts 


Congregational Chr. Ch. 


Van Haas 


IL 


Roscoe 


First Cong. Comm. 


Tim Nelson & Diana Pearson 


IL 


Sumner 


Sumner Cong. Chr. Ch. 


Sam Brookhart 


IL 


Thawville 


Congregational Ch. 


Julie Crowley 


IL 


Thomson 


York Comm. Cong. Ch. 


Susan Can-oil 


IL 


Tinley Park 


Tinley Park Comm. Ch. 


Doris Dagenais 


IL 


Toulon 


First Congregational Ch. 


Janet Wilkinson 


IL 


Warrenville 


Big Woods Cong. Ch. 


Patti Van Deusen 


IL 


Wataga 


Wataga Cong. Ch. 


Barbara Cox 


IN 


Franklin 


Community Cong. Ch. 


Beverly Spahr 


IN 


North Manchester 


Congregational Chr. Ch. 


Linda Hippensteel 


IN 


South Bend 


Community Cong. 


Claudia Stohler 


IN 


Terre Haute 


First Congregational Ch. 


Susan Anderson 


IN 


Vincennes 


Cong. Community Center 


Glenn A. Lawson 


IN 


West Terre Haute 


South Vigo Cong. Chr. 


June Perisho 


IN 


Whiting 


Plymouth Cong. Ch. 


C. James Facklam 


KS 


Emporia 


First Congregational Ch. 


Shiriey Jackman 


KS 


Hutchinson 


First Congregational Ch. 


Joan Liles 


KS 


Maize 


First Cong. Ch. 


Penny Reichenberger 


KS 


Maple Hill 


Community Cong. Ch. 


J.Gudenkauf&D.Stewart 


KS 


Wichita 


Plymouth Cong. Ch. 


Barbara Bariow 


MA 


Adams 


First Congregational Ch. 


Lynn Magie 


MA 


Becket 


First Congregational Ch. 


Christine Cairns 


MA 


Becket 


Becket Fed. Ch. 


Judy Pingryn 


MA 


Boston 


Roslindale Cong. Ch. 


Donna Dawes 


MA 


Braintree 


Union Cong. Ch. 


Pamela Ross 


MA 


East Freetown 


East Freetown Cong. 


Eleanor Ashley 


MA 


Fall River 


First Congregational Ch. 


Bonnie Braga 


MA 


Florence 


Florence Cong. Ch. 


Sue Moors 


MA 


Goshen 


Goshen Cong. Ch. 


Laura Culver & Wendy Connell 


MA 


Holbrook 


Winthrop Cong. Ch. 


Linda Austin 


MA 


Holland 


The Congregational Ch. 


Nancy LaVallee 


MA 


Lynn 


First Church of Christ 


Jane Meehan 



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MA 


Middleboro 


Central Cong. Ch. 


Bemard Bendiksen 


MA 


Mlddleboro 


First Congregational Ch. 


Lynne Sullivan 


MA 


Middleboro 


Christ Evangelical Church 


Nancy Bergquist 


MA 


Nantucket 


First Congregational Ch. 


Jerome McCormack 


MA 


New Bedford 


First Congregational Ch. 


Chevelle Kelly 


MA 


Richmond 


Berkshire Comm. Ch. 


Roxie Maston 


MA 


Rochester 


First Congregational Ch. 


Jennifer Hartley 


MA 


Springfield 


Wachogue Cong. Ch. 


Ruth Ann Roach 


MA 


Taunton 


Pilgrim Cong. Ch. 


Nancy Witherell 


MA 


Westport 


Pacific Union Cong. 


Karen Ripley 


MA 


Williamstown 


White Oaks Cong. Ch. 


Floyd LaBombard 


MA 


Windsor 


The Congregational Ch. 


Barbara Davenport 


MA 


Yarmouth Port 


First Congregational Ch. 


Judy Barrows 


MD 


Frostburg 


First Congregational Ch. 


Thomas Vogman 


ME 


Bangor 


East Bangor Comm. Ch. 


Cathy Dickinson 


ME 


Bingham 


First Congregational Ch. 


Ethel L. Lishness 


ME 


Denmark 


Denmark Cong. Ch. 


Rosemary Bennett 


ME 


Dennysville 


Dennysville-Edmunds Cong. 


BartDara Windhorst 


ME 


Dixfield 


Dixfield Cong. Ch. 


Lynda Hebert 


ME 


Harpswell 


Elijah Kellogg Cong. Ch. 


Mrs. Thomas Blanchard 


ME 


Jonesport 


Sawyer Memorial Cong. 


Linda Hall 


ME 


Kenduskeag 


Kenduskeag Union Ch. 


Frances Harvey 


ME 


Kittery Point 


First Christian Ch. 


Emily Doble 


ME 


Lubec 


Cong. Chr. Ch. 


Lynette Barnes 


ME 


Machiasport 


First Congregational Ch. 


Kathy Akoa 


ME 


Millinocket 


First Congregational Ch. 


Mitzi Paul 


ME 


North Anson 


First Congregational Ch. 


Lisa Caldwell & Cindy Dawes 


ME 


Orrington 


E. Omngton Cong. Ch. 


Danette Cyr 


ME 


Portland 


North Deering Cong. 


LaVerne Rustin 


ME 


Rockland 


Cong. Ch. of Rockland 


Nancy Marias 


ME 


Searsport 


First Congregational Ch. 


Debbie Pburde 


ME 


Skowhegan 


Skowhegan Fed. Ch. 


Pamela McDermott 


ME 


Solon 


Solon Congregational Ch. 


Mary Walz 


ME 


South Paris 


First Congregational Ch. 


Susan Damm 


ME 


Veazie 


Veazie Cong. Ch. 


BariDara Wilson 


ME 


Warren 


Second Cong. Ch. 


Sherry Manahan 


ME 


Whitneyville 


Whitneyville Cong.Ch. 


Sue Ellen Dowling 


Ml 


Ann Arbor 


First Congregational Ch. 


Lois Crabtree 


Ml 


Ann Arbor 


Panama Township Methodist 


D. Burley 


Ml 


Bloomfield Hills 


Pilgrim Cong. Ch. 


Kathy Ogawa 


Ml 


Bronson 


Bethel-Gilead Cong. Ch. 


Cathem Burnside 


Ml 


Central Lake 


First Congregational Ch. 


Tami Hickman 


Ml 


Clarkston 


First Congregational Ch. 


Roxanne Hill 


Ml 


Detroit 


Bushneil Cong. Ch. 


Patricia Delany 


Ml 


Detroit 


First Congregational Ch. 


David Teeter 


Ml 


Detroit 


United Christian Ch. 


Harriet Fletcher 


Ml 


Durand 


First Congregational Ch. 


Lori Childs 


Ml 


Farmington Hills 


North Cong. Ch. 


Susan Broadwell 


Ml 


Frankfort 


First Congregational Ch. 


Becky Addis 


Ml 


Grand Rapids 


Mayflower Cong. Ch. 


Eric Britcher 


Ml 


Greenville 


First Congregational Ch. 


Candy Poulsen 


Ml 


Horton 


Horton Cong. Ch. 


Chian Kuntz 


Ml 


Hudson 


First Congregational Ch. 


Lisa Enerson 


Ml 


Jackson 


Arbor Grove Cong. 


Amy Williams 


Ml 


Lachine 


Long Rapids First Cong. 


Carole Bun- 


Ml 


Lake Odessa 


First Congregational Ch. 


Gary Mattson 



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Ml 


Lansing 


Plymouth Cong. Ch. 


Wendy G. Van Tassell 


Ml 


Lansing 


Mayflower Cong. Ch. 


Nancy Bandfield 


Ml 


Lathrup Village 


Community Cong. Ch. 


Michele Coe 


Ml 


Livonia 


Mt. Hope Cong. Ch. 


Beth LaBelle 


Ml 


Menill 


Merrill Cong. Chr. Ch. 


Mary Lynne Sklba 


Ml 


Novi 


Meadowbrook Cong. Ch. 


Colleen Foster 


Ml 


Otsego 


First Congregational Ch. 


Linda Sleeman 


Ml 


Pittsford 


First Congregational Ch. 


Carolyn Cox/Beth Simmons 


Ml 


Port Huron 


Sturges Mem. Cong. 


Dawn White 


Ml 


Rapid River 


Rapid River Cong. Ch. 


Mary Anne Krause 


Ml 


Rockwood 


Rockwood First Cong. Ch. 


Bart)ara MacNeil 


Ml 


Roscommon 


First Congregational Ch. 


Don Maze 


Ml 


Royal Oak 


First Congregational Ch. 


Dianne Kruzman 


Ml 


Saugatuck 


First Congregational Ch. 


Connie DeBoer 


Ml 


Somerset 


Somerset Cong. Ch. 


Beth Shaw 


Ml 


Spring Art)or 


Sandstone Cong. Ch. 


Leslie Gibbs 


Ml 


St Johns 


First Congregational Ch. 


Susan Larsen 


Ml 


Stanton 


Traditional Cong. Ch. 


Eleanor H. Lentz 


Ml 


Suttons Bay 


Suttons Bay Cong. Ch. 


Linda Fawcett 


Ml 


Three Oaks 


First Congregational Ch. 


John Swanstrom 


Ml 


Tipton 


Tipton Comm. Cong. Ch 


Kay Johnson 


Ml 


Vermontvllle 


First Congregational Ch. 


Dawn Balcom 


Ml 


Watervliet 


Plymouth Cong. Ch. 


Donald J. Campbell 


Ml 


Wayne 


First Cong. Ch. 


Martha Raub 


Ml 


West Bloomfield 


Pine Hill Cong. Ch. 


Cindi Hopkins 


MN 


Apple Valley 


Promise Cong. Ch. 


Vicky Limesand 


MN 


Bayport 


People's Cong. Ch. 


Patty Mueller & Paul Anderson 


MN 


Chanhassen 


ColonialCh@HeritageSq. 


Christi Uhelenhake 


MN 


Duluth 


Duluth Cong. Ch. 


Mary Sneve 


MN 


Edina 


Colonial Ch. of Edina 


Vicki Heagerty 


MN 


Minneapolis 


Plymouth Cong. Ch. 


Karen O'Connell 


MN 


Warroad 


Union Cong. Ch. 


Geri Hill 


MN 


Waseca 


First Congregational Ch. 


Jennifer Sachs 


MO 


Iberia 


Iberia Cong. Ch. 


Dennis Perkins 


MO 


Joplin 


First Community Ch. 


Diane Storm 


MT 


Livingston 


Livingston Cong. 


Mary Madden 


MT 


Thompson Falls 


Community Cong. Ch. 


Gaylund G. Olson 


NC 


Robbins 


Bear Creek Cong. Ch. 


Teresa McLaughlin 


NE 


Ashland 


First Congregational Ch. 


Linda Kramer 


NE 


McCook 


First Congregational Ch. 


Donna Friehe 


NE 


Wahoo 


First Congregational Ch. 


Kathy Heiser 


NH 


Barnstead 


Barnstead Parade Cong. 


Robert Gates 


NH 


Concord 


Immanuel Comm. 


Beth Ann Ellsworth 


NH 


Cornish 


United Ch. 


Ellie Friend 


NH 


Derry 


Central Cong. Ch. 


Stephen M. Misarski 


NH 


Grafton 


Grafton Center Cong. Chr. Ch. 


Kim Feriand 


NH 


Hampton 


First Congregational Ch. 


Janet Caylor 


NH 


Hinsdale 


First Congregational Ch. 


Eva Bushee 


NH 


Kingston 


First Congregational Ch. 


Gail Ramsey 


NH 


Pittsfield 


First Congregational Ch. 


Peggy Jacobs 


NH 


Troy 


Trinitarian Cong. 


Shelia Depew 


NH 


Weare 


Weare Cong. Ch. 


John Foss 


NJ 


Chester 


First Congregational Ch. 


Carol Cooper 


NJ 


Warren 


Pilgrim Cong. Ch. 


Barbara Moore 


NY 


Brooklyn 


Cadman Memorial Church 


LaRaine Webb 


NY 


Brooklyn 


Plymouth Ch. of the Pilgrim 


Jane Ann Groom 



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NY 


Brooklyn 


Rugby Cong. Ch. 


Marguerite C. Grotte 


NY 


Java Village 


First Congregational Ch. 


Wilma Carison 


NY 


Marietta 


Amber Cong. Ch. 


Linda Kronen 


NY 


Saugerties 


First Congregational Ch. 


Margaret L. Dunn 


NY 


Staten Island 


Oakwood Hgts. Comm. Ch. 


Laurie Rufolo 


OH 


Akron 


First Congregational Ch. 


Linda Peshina 


OH 


Bowling Green 


Plain Cong. Ch. 


Nick Nichols 


OH 


Bowling Green 


Agape Cong. Ch. 


Janilyn Smith 


OH 


Buckeye Lake 


First Comm. Ch. 


Chariotte Blade 


OH 


Cheshire 


Little Kyger Cong.Chr. 


Richard L. Vinson 


OH 


Chillicothe 


Salem Comm. Ch. 


Cheryl Netter 


OH 


Gahanna 


Gahanna Comm. Cong. 


Camilla Daniels 


OH 


Gahanna 


Jersey Universalist Cong. Ch. 


Shary Bumes & Ellen Fravel 


OH 


Mansfield 


Little Washington Cong. 


Julie Lamson 


OH 


Mansfield 


First Congregational Ch. 


Ellen Eckert 


OH 


Massillon 


Faith Communtiy Fellowship 


Janice Utterback 


OH 


Medina 


Cong. Christian Ch. of Open Door 


Lon-aine Dorer 


OH 


Pomeroy 


Trinity Ch. of Pomeroy 


Jon Perrin 


OH 


Sullivan 


First Congregational Ch. 


Emma Brown 


OH 


Toledo 


Central Parte Cong. 


Ruth Cunning 


OH 


Toledo 


First Congregational Ch. 


Mimi Biedron 


OH 


Toledo 


Mayfair-Plymouth Cong. 


Linda Selander 


OH 


West Millgrove 


West Millgrove Cong. 


Mildred Few 


OK 


Edmond 


Bethel Cong. Ch. 


Steve Bacon 


OR 


Oregon City 


Atkinson Memorial Ch. 


Janice Leinwebber 


PA 


Atlantic 


Atlantic Cong. Ch. 


Robert Winkle 


PA 


Cony 


W. Spring Creek Cong. 


Debbie Hajec 


PA 


East Smithfield 


East Smithfield Fed. Ch. 


Christine Wakely 


PA 


McKeesport 


First Congregational Ch. 


James P. Hart 


PA 


McKeesport 


Evangelical Cong. Ch. 


Robert Blamick 


PA 


Pittsburgh 


First Cong. Ch. of Etna 


Patty Bontempo 


PA 


Pittsburgh 


South Hills Cong. Ch. 


Albert Unruh 


PA 


Spring Creek 


Spring Creek Cong. Ch. 


Jackie Putman 


PA 


Tarentum 


First Congregational Ch. 


Alfred Smith 


Rl 


Rumford 


Kents Comer Cong. 


Gerald Gordon 


Rl 


West Warwick 


Riverpoint Cong. Ch. 


Julie Connors 


TN 


Crossville 


First Congregational Ch. 


Judy Loyd 


TX 


El Paso 


Coronado Chr. Church 


Bruce McNair 


UT 


Salt Lake City 


First Congregational Ch. 


Jan Grover 


VT 


North Clarendon 


Clarendon Cong. Ch. 


Debbie Esslinger 


VT 


Old Bennington 


First Congregational Ch. 


Chris Saiek 


WA 


Seattle 


Seattle Cong. Ch. 


Donna Grain 


WA 


Snohomish 


First Cong. Ch. of Maltby 


Nonnan Eriendson 


WA 


Spokane 


Plymouth Cong. Ch. 


Kathy Johnson 


WA 


Spokane 


Heritage Cong. Ch. 


Judy Clarice 


WA 


Tacoma 


First Congregational Ch. 


Katherine Anderson 


WI 


Afton 


Afton Comm. Ch. 


Diane Brown 


Wl 


Beloit 


First Congregational Ch. 


Cynthia Bacon 


Wl 


Beloit 


Second Cong. Ch. 


Vivian Turner 


Wl 


Beloit 


Shopiere Cong. Ch. 


Chris Ottesen 


Wl 


Elkhom 


Covenant Cong. Ch. 


Linda Karow 


Wl 


Grafton 


Ozaukee Cong. Ch. 


Sharon Neece 


Wl 


Green Bay 


Pilgrim Cong. Ch. 


Scott Naevestad 


Wl 


Hales Comers 


Christ Cong. Ch. 


Linda Macafee 


Wl 


Hartland 


Lake Country Cong. Ch. 


Paul Craig 


Wl 


Hayward 


First Congregational Ch. 


Juanita Bartz 



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Christian Education Directors 



Wl 


Kenosha 


Plymouth Cong. Ch. 


Linda Godina 


WI 


Kewaunee 


Community Cong. Ch. 


Rennae Anderson 


Wl 


Milwaukee 


North Shore Cong. Ch. 


Connie Mullins 


Wl 


Mukwonago 


First Congregational Ch. 


Kathleen Mimier 


Wl 


Oshkosh 


First Congregational Ch. 


Lissa Field 


Wl 


Racine 


Plymouth Cong. Ch. 


Hannah Wing Hall 


Wl 


Richfield 


St. Jacobi Cong. Ch. 


Joan Hanson 


Wl 


River Hills 


Mayflower Cong. Ch. 


Julie Bowline 


Wl 


Rochester 


First Congregational Ch. 


Wendy Ela 


Wl 


Spring Green 


Spring Green Cong.Ch. 


Rita Marit 


Wl 


Wisconsin Dells 


Big Spring Cong. Ch. 


Michael Person 


WY 


Cheyenne 


First Congregational Ch. 


Margo LaHiff & Sharine Webber 



206 



ASSOCIATION-RELATED SPECIAL AWARDS 



Art Contest is sponsored by the Christian Education Commission. All 
children invited to enter their art to be displayed at the Annual Meeting. 
All entries win a blue ribbon. 

The Donna E. Alexander Memorial Award recognizes a woman who 
has contributed to the Congregational Way of Life in a positive way. It 
is established by the Women's Commission (1996). 

Banner and Hymn Contests are sponsored by the Program Committee 
in conjunction with an Annual Meeting. Winners are usually chosen 
based on the hymn or banner which best represents the theme of the 
Annual Meeting. 

The Marion Bradshaw Memorial Award for continuing education. Given 
to an ordained minister who is personally committed to 
Congregationalism. 

The Harry R. Butman Fund for Ministry Award is given to a minister with 
at least 10 years of service to a Congregational Christian Churches 
church. The award is intended to give a lift or encouragement in his/her 
ministry. 

The Jennette S. Butman Fund for Ministry Award is given to a woman in 
ministry in recognition of her service to the Congregational Christian 
Churches. 

Christian Education Achievement Awards recognize individuals who 
have contributed in outstanding ways to Christian Education. 

Citation Is granted, among other guidelines, to an individual for 
outstanding meritorious service to the NACCC. The Executive 
Committee votes on the recipient based on nominations received. (See 
following pages for a listing of awarded citations.) 

The John W. Claxton Memorial Award , an annual award of $250 to that 
Fellow graduating from the CFTS program who best personifies the 
precepts of CFTS and thereby enhances the quality and effectiveness 
of the program. 



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Alfred P. Grey Memorial Fund , recipient must demonstrate exceptional 
scholarship and perceptiveness of the Congregational Spirit In the 
Foundation's Directed Study on Congregational History and Polity. 

Hymn Contest (see Banner Contest) 

The Messiah Scholarship Fund . Messiah Congregational Christian 
Church of Willoughby Hills, Ohio is given to three CFTS participants 
chosen by the Board to go to England to study the English roots of 
Congregationalism. This seminar is given every third year. 

Newsletter Contest is sponsored by the Communications Commission. 
Awards are given to churches in several areas related to their 
newsletter. 

The Charles F. Rush Award , given to minority persons working with the 
CCC toward worthwhile social and personal goals. Award is intended 
to emphasize the importance of Christian social involvement. 
Administered through the Missionary Society. 

J J. Russell Sermon Award given for that sermon which best explores 
the relationship between classical Congregationalism and 
contemporary American life. 



208 



CITATIONS GIVEN AT ANNUAL MEETINGS 

(None prior to 1962) 



1962 


Joseph Russell 


1980 


John H. Alexander 
Nancy Manser 


1963 


Howell Davies 
F, Willard KIme 




Mary A. White 






1981 


Les Deinstadt 


1964 


Neil Swanson 




George Bohman 




Malcolm K. Burton 




Alexander S. Irvine 


1965 


Harry W. Johnson 


1982 


- 


1966 


Marion Bradshaw 


1983 


Elvera Leversuch 




Wilmet Manley 




Howard Gonn 


1967 


Neil Hanson 
Malcolm K. Burton 


1984 


Henry David Gray 






1985 


- 


1968 


William J. Grede 








Gary H. Mead 


1986 


Ed Adams 
Enwin Britton 


1969 


A. Vaughan Abercrombie 








Harry Butman 


1987 


Helen Jo Berkaw 
Garolyn Britton 


1970 


A. Wallace Canney 




Henry W.Valentine 




Alfred D. Grey 




Robert J.L. Williams 


1971 


Richard Jacobus 


1988 


Bess Barg 




Norman S. Ream 




Marion Luenberger 




John W. Claxton 










1989 


Mary K. Woolsey 


1972 


- 




Paul A. Miller 


1973 


Max Strang 


1990 


Barbara Janikowsky 


1974 


Lydamar Reese 


1991 


A. Ray Applequist 
Joyce Orr 


1975 


Raymond A. Waser 










1992 


Majken Broby 


1976 


Arthur A. Rouner, Sr. 








Palmer D. Edmunds 


1993 


Virginia Ghristensen 
Arvel M. Steece 


1977 


Louis B. Gerhardt 










1994 


Virginia Adams 


1978 


William E.G. Bulkeley 
Marvin L. Johnson 




Glifford Schutjer 






1995 


Rev. Dr. George W.E 


1979 


Frederick A. Hoerner 










1996 


Harold G. Frentz 
Mary D. McKendrick 
Joseph B. Polhemus 



209 



NECROLOGY 

As read at the 1996 Annual Meeting 



Rev. Terry Rag land 

First Congregational Church 

Ann Arbor, Ml 

7/10/95 

Donna E. Alexander 
Congregational Church 
Sun City, AZ 
7/17/95 

Flora Mattingly 

Naperville Congregational Church 

Naperville, IL 

8/26/95 

Rebecca K. D'Arcy 

Community Congregational Church 

South Bend, IN 

9/11/95 

Lawrence Duncan 

Community Congregational Church 

Huntington Park, CA 

9/22/95 

bsther M. Brown 
10/7/95 

Rev. Lyndon "Paul" Harris 
Community Congregational Church 
South Bend, IN 
10/13/95 

Rev. Dr. Gene D. Landry 
Boston Seaman's Friend Society 
Boston, MA 
10/22/95 

Robert S. Seese 
Grant's Pass, OR 
10/25/95 

Daniel A. Schuiz 

First Congregational Church 

Wauwatosa, Wi 

11/28/95 

Rev. Hilding I. Kron 

Greenville Congregational Church 

Nonwich, CT 

11/29/96 



George R. Berkaw, Jr. 
First Congregational Church 
Detroit, Ml 
12/29/95 

Rev. Mary Clapp 

First Congregational Church 

Woodstock. VT 

1/5/96 

Gary Ohm 

Community Congregational Church 

Huntington Park, CA 

1/11/96 

Keith Deacon 

North Congregational Church 

Farmington Hills, Ml 

2/12/96 

Rev. Curtis Wing, Sr. 
First Congregational Church 
Yamriouth Port, MA 
2/19/96 

Rev. Arthur Wilson 

Beneficent Congregational Church 

Providence, Rl 

3/9/96 

Rev. George A. Barrus 
United Congregational Church 
Cornish, NH 
3/27/96 

Rev. Sheryl Laubach-Peterson 
First Congregational Church 
Peterson, lA 
4/8/96 

Rev. Kenneth K. Marshall 

Jersey Universalist Congregational Church 

Pataskala, OH 

4/10/96 

Rev. Earven A. Anderson 
First Congregational Church 
Cape Coral, FL 
4/11/96 

Rev. Edsel Bodden 
Colonia Rivera Hernandez 
Honduras 
4/13/96 



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AMBASSADORS 



Andersen, Earven and 
Mary Lou 

Arndt, Bill & Ann 



Bellingham, Richard K. 

Bennett, Judson 

Blackburn, Steven 

Deinstadt, Leslie 
Drown, Douglas 

Eberhardt, Marie 

Eckert, Ellen 

Fentiman, Kathy & Allen 

Foster, Mary 

Gardner, Millie 

Hall, Robert 

Hawk, David 



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OR 97201-2015; (503) 223-8794 

P.O. Box 237, Riverside, PA 17868; 
(201)356-1293 

277 Main Street. Hartford. CT 06106; 
(203) 527-7001 

12 Valencia Circle, DeBarry. FL 32713 

P.O. Box 253, Bingham, ME 04920 
(207) 672-3380 

P.O. Box 161, Mendham, NJ 07945 
(908) 879-5928 

R.D. #4, Schiago Tr., Ashland, OH 
44805; (419) 368-3875 

5801 Oldfield Ave., Stillwater, MN 
55082; (612)439-5407 

Route 3, 111 Swamp Road, Pittsfield, 
MA 01201; (413) 698-2793 

9802 Armley Ave., Whittier, CA 90604; 
(310)696-3445 

943 Cloverdale Rd., Toledo. OH 43612; 
(419)476-0940 

763 Merrimak Drive, Berea, OH 44017; 
(216)234-9712 



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AMBASSADORS (Continued) 



Head, Charles & Mary Lou 
Johnson, Gordon 

Killingbeck, Howard 
Lange, William 

Mergener, Paul 

Miller, Paul 

Rustin, Mark 

Schneider, James 

Walbridge, Harry 



Winning, James 
&Bert 



Winning, Dale 



533 Major Drive, Santa Rosa, CA 
95403; (707)542-3705 

P.O. Box 763, Route 126, Center 
Bamstead, NH 03225; (603) 269-5661 

RR1 Box13, Narka, KS 66960 

746 W. Bethune St., Detroit, Ml 48202; 
(810)745-8186 

634 Sate Street, Apt 2, Eaton Rapids, 
Ml 48827; (517) 663-8303 

430 Waverly Street, Wichita, KS 67207; 
(316)686-2555 

1364 Washington Ave., Portland, ME 
04103; (207)797-2002 

4803 Stillbrooke Avenue, Houston, TX 
77035 

P.O. Box 652, Roscommon, Ml 48653; 
(517)275-8138 

27 Christler St., Pittsburgh, PA 15223; 
(412)822-7841 

Regency House Apt 302, 1 Howard St., 
Pittsburgh, PA 15209 



212 



Past and Present Association Board IVIembers 



ABERCROMBIE. A. VAUGHAN 
ADAMS, ARTHUR B. 
ADAMS. EDWARD W. 
ADAMS, JEAN E. 
ADAMS, MARY JANE 
ADAMS, THOMAS 
ADAMS. VIRGINIA D. 
AHRENS, WILLIAM H. 
ALBRIGHT, MRS. JAMES C. 
ALEXANDER. B. 
ALEXANDER, JOHN H. 
ALLDREDGE. RENDEL 
ALLEN. CLINTON 
ALTMAN, JAMES H. 
ALVORD, JOHN G. 
AMES. WILLIAM S. 
AMSBAUGH, MIKE 
AMSBAUGH, NICK 
ANDERSON, ERIC 
ANDERSON, JUDY 
ANDERSON, KEITH 
ANDERSON, LINDA K 
ANDERSON, PAULA 
ANDERSON, ROBERT 
ANDERSON, WILLIAM G. 
ANKERSTJERNE, BAXTER 
APPELQUIST, A. RAY 
ARBUCKLt, 3ARB 
ARCHIBALD. MRS ROBERT E. 
ARMSTRONG JR. GROVE L. 
ARNOLD. DANIEL D. 
ARNOLD. DUANE 
ARNOS. JEANNE G. 
ARNOS, RICHARD D. 
ASENDORF. RANDY 
ASHER. CARL 
ASKEW. C. EUGENE 
AUBLE. MRS JOHN 
AUDETTE. D. ELIZABETH 
AUGHEY. HUGH 
BACHELDER, NANCY 
BAGLEY, CHARLES H. 
BAGLEY, PETER D. 
BAILEY, CAROL J. 
BAILEY, STEVEN H. WARE 
BAIRD, GREG 
BAKER, AMY 
BAKER, CARNEY W. 
BAKER, DAVID 
BAKER, JANE 
BAKER, JOSEPH E. 
BAKER, ROWENA 
BAKER, RYAN 
BALLEINE. LAURENCE 
BARKER. COREY 



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225 POST OAK WICHITA KS 65206 

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(414)388-0438 
(818) 245-5316 

(317) 535-5334 



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Past and Present Association Board IVIembers 



BARNES. WILLIAM 
BARNETT, JOHN J. 
BARNHART, ELISE 
BARNICOAT, JOHN R. 
BARR, CHARLES W. 
BARR, CHARLES W. 
BARRETT. TIMOTHY 
BARRON. A. L 
BARRON. GERALDINE E. 
BARTSCH, WANDA 
BEACH, JOHN W. 
BEARDEN. DAN 
BEARDEN. -^ENNIS 
BEARDEN, RICHARD L 
BEAUMONT, MARY 
BECKLE. ANN 
BEECH. ROBERT 
BEHLING, RIES J. 
BEINKE. JAMES 
BEINKE, MARJORIE 
BELLINGHAM. RICHARD K. 
BENEDICT, ROGER 
BENNETT, JUDSON S. 
BENTLEY, DONALD L. 
BENTLEY, JANET 
BERRY, STEVEN E. 
BIEDRON, MIMI 
BIESTER. JOHN 
BINGHAM, ELIZABETH E. 
BINGHAM, PAUL 
BISHEA, P. MAURICE 
BISHOP. CHESTER 
BISSELL. BRENT 
BLACK, STEVE 
BLACKBURN. STEVEN 
BLAIR. CAROLYN 
BLAISDELL. MARY 
BLAKELY. CATHERINE 
BLAKNEY. SIMMIE 
BLAND. SCOTT 
BLOODGOOD. DOUGLAS 
BLOODGOOD, KATHI 
BODKIN. L^oLIE 
BOEHM. CHRIS 
BOHMAN. GLADYS 
BORING, KATHERINE 
BORING, WALTER A. 
BOWEN. MRS WILLIAM H. 
BOWER, HELEN ANN 
BOWER, RICHARD J. 
BOYCE. MARGARET 
BRACHER. JAMES F. 
BRADFORD. ALBERT E. 
BRADFORD. GLADYS 
BRADSHAW. WILLIAM B. 



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(517)321-2145 
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BRAIDWOOO, NEIL B. 
BRAMMER, KATHRYN 
BRANDON, GALE 
BRANNEN. KATHY LLOYD 
BRANT. WILLIS A. 
BRAZE, JULIE 
BRENNER. PETER R K 
BROOKS, WAR 
BROSS, H. MANNING 
BROWN, HAROLD J. 
BROWN, HENRY JACK 
BROWN, RONALD 
BROWN JR, GEORGE W. 
BROWNE, J. ANTHONY 
BROWNELL, FRANCES R. 
BROWNELL, SUSAN 
BRUNNER, ROBERT C. 
BRUSKY (nee SMITH), KERRY LOU 
BUCHANAN. DONALD P, 
BUCHMAN, RICHARD P. 
BUCHTA, FRANKLIN 
BUETTGER, FRANKA 
BUFFETT, R. 
BULL. HOWARD E. 
BURCH. DOUGLAS K. 
BURTT. DOUGLAS 
BUTMAN, At :NE 
BUTMAN. HARRY R. 
BUTTERS, CHARLOTTE R. 
BYRN, JANE 
CAIRNS, KIM 
CALLAGHAN, E. 
CAMPBELL, GABE L. 
CARLSON. ROBERT T. 
CARMEN, DAVID R. 
CARMODY-TANNER, JANN 
CARNES. LARRY 
CARPENTER SR, W. C. 
CARSON, JOHN 
CARTER, MONICA 
CARTER, SUSAN 
CASNER, STEPHEN 
CHAMBERLAIN FOUST. JULIE 
CHAPIN, BRUCE 
CHAPMAN, DOROTHY 
CHARBONNEAU, MARTI 
CHARBONNEAU, RALPH 
CHIERICHETTI , ANTHONY 
CHIERICHETTI, PAUL 
CHILDS. ARTHUR W. 
CHRISTENSEN. HAZEL 
CHRISTENSEN. VIRGINIA 
CHRISTIAN, MILDRED 
CHRISTOPHERSON. NORMAN C. 
CHURCHILL. GERALD 



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136WEDGEWOODDR, CHARLOTTE Ml 48813 
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3061 N ADAMS RD, BLOOMFIELD HILLS Ml 48304 

3427 ARROWHEAD DR, CHEYENNE WY 82001 

RT 9 22916 102ND TRL, LIVE OAK FL 32060 

9026 OAKRIDGE LN, CEDARBURG Wl 53012-9314 

4215 ERIE ST #604. RACINE Wl 53402 

4215 ERIE ST #604. RACINE Wl 53402 

8330 N GREEN BAY RD, RIVER HILLS Wl 53209 

5407 RANCH LAKE DR, MAGNOLIA TX 77355-5029 

1010 W CEDAR RIDGE CT. MEQUON Wl 53092 
2480 N MAYFAIR DR, BROOKFIELD Wl 53005 
13 ENGLISH. WICHITA KS 67207 

1860 TICE CREEK DR # 1454, WALNUT CREEK CA 
4 WESTMINSTER ST, NANTUCKET MA 02554 

151 CRESCENT ST, HANSON MA 02341 

2451 SOLEDAD CAYNON RD. ACTON CA 93510-2415 

263 RAY ST, PORTLAND ME 04103 

1703 18TH AVE W, SPENCER lA 51301-2738 

6 WILFRED AVE, ADAMS MA 01220 

39 MAPLEWOOD DR, AKRON OH 44313 
RR 1 BOX619A, ORRINGTON ME 04474 
PO BOX 238, BETHLEHEM NH 03574 
85 JACK CORNER RD, WARREN CT 06777 

R5.TIFT0N GA 31794 

209 S "J" ST, TACOMA WA 98405 

4221 YUMA DR, MADISON Wl 5371 1 

PO BOX 1604, UPLAND CA 97186 

695 LINCOLN RD, GRASSE POINT Ml 48230 

183BARTHULOMEWRD, MIDDLETOWN CT 06457 

302 FRANKLIN, MUKWONAGO Wl 53149 

1531 SUNSET AVE SW, SEATTLE WA 98116 

1531 SUNSET AVE SW, SEATTLE WA 98116 

3436 VERDUGO VISTA TER, LOS ANGELES CA 90065 

3 OAK HILL RD, CANAAN NH 03741 
4000 HAZELTON RD, MINNEAPOLIS MN 55435 
2343 HOCK ST, GREEN BAY Wl 54304 
14727 VALEDADR, LAM IRADA CA 90638 

7 GROVER ST. CONCORD NH 03301 



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CIMBORA. HOLLY M. 
CLARK HARRY W. 
CLARK, JENNIFER 
CLARK. MARY 
CLARK, MARY JEAN 
CLARK, PAUL D. 
CLARKE, AMY 
CLARKE. JOSEPH W. 
CLARKE, RAYMOND 
CLAUS, BETHANY 
CLIFFORD. CARL E. 
CLIFFORD, UITA 
COATES, ROBERT B. 
COBB, W. J. 
COBURN, DAVID S. 
COCHRAN. JEROLD R. 
COCKLEY, DURLA M. 
COLBY, GRACE B. 
COLBY. JOHN 
COLE, CAROL L. 
COLENBACK. LLOYD 

COLLINS. ARVILLA 

COLLINS, KAY 

COLLINS, ROBERT 

COLLIVER, DONALD 

COLLIVER, JOANN 

CONN, HOWARD J. 

CONN. HOWARD J. 

CONNIN. MILDRED L. 

CONRAD. WILLIAM C. 

CONTE, LEXY 

CONVERSE, A. BURNHAM 

CONVERSE. SHIRLEY 

COOK, ASHLEY M. 

COOK, C. RAY 

COOKE, JOSEPH A. 

COOPER. WILLIAM 

CORRELL. LARRY 

CRAMER, RUTH 

CRAMPTON, FREEMAN 

CRANSTOh' ALBERT H. 

CREE, BURKERT 

CROCKER, ARNOLD WESLEY 

CROCKETT, WAYNE 

CROSKERY, ROBERT W. 

CROSS. DAVID 

GROSSMAN, CRAIG 

CROUCH JR. LYLE 

CUMMINGS, CALVIN H. 

CURRIER. JOHN W. 

CURTIS. JOHN B. 

D ARCY, DAVID L. 

DAILEY, PATRICIA 

DAMSTEEGT. DONALD 

DANCY. KERMIT W. 



#1 BUNTING LN, NAPERVILLE IL 60565 (413)743-2464 

N58 W5642 EDGEWATER DR. CEDARBURG Wl 53012 (414) 375-1074 

3080 CHICKERING CT, BLOOMFIELD HILLS Ml 48013 (810) 332-0515 

225 WAKE AVE #1 00. EL CENTRO CA 92243 (61 9) 370-0223 

225 WAKE AVE #1 00. EL CENTRO CA 92243 (61 9) 370-0223 

4617 S NAPA ST. SPOKANE WA 99203-6447 (508) 763-3685 

102 SELDEN HILL DR, WEST HARTFORD CT 06107-3127 

3833 HILLTOP DR. CIBSONIA PA 15044 (412)443-2678 



2150 FOOTHILL DR, SALT LAKE CITY UT 84109 (801) 484-1269 



141 PACIFIC AVE. PACIFIC GROVE CA 93950 (408) 649-8013 

5143 SYRACUSE. CHEYENNE WY 82001 (307) 638-6366 

1 1 96 BURKWOOD RD. MANSFIELD OH 44907 (41 9) 756-2680 

STAR ROUTE 32 BOX 320, ROCKLAND ME 04841 (207) 594-5362 

881 5 CROYDON AVE. LOS ANGELES CA 90045 (31 0) 641 -7665 

608 MADISON #820. TOLEDO OH 43604 (419)255-9472 

RFD 1 BOX 284. ROCKLAND ME 04841 (207) 594-5460 



480 MADISON, BIRMINGHAM Ml 48009 (810)647-7512 

480 MADISON, BIRMINGHAM Ml 48009 (810)647-7512 

81 1 W CIRCULO NAPA, GREEN VALLEY AZ 85614-2822 (602) 625-3756 

PO BOX 237, MARCELL MN 56657 (218) 832-3474 

5131 FORD AVE. TOLEDO OH 43612 (419)476-6541 

43266 COTTAGE LN. LANCASTER CA 93536 (805) 943-3266 
PO BOX 8059, NORTHFIELD IL 60093 

13071 100TH DR. SUN CITY AZ 85371 (602) 972-6905 

517 JEFFERSON ST, OREGON CITY OR 97045-2327 (503)656-7296 

4445 ORANGE GROVE BLVD, N FORT MYERS FL 33903 (813) 656-5309 

2020 NWWITHERSPOON AVE. ROSEBURG OR 97470-1712 

315 CHURCH ST. CLINTON Wl 53525-9484 

8610 HUNTINGTON. WICHITA KS 67206 (316)684-1118 

4931 E GREENWAY CIR. MESA AZ 85205 

PO BOX 7466, CARMEL BY THE SEA CA 93921 (408) 624-5712 

PO BOX 37. SAMARIA Ml 48177 (313) 856-6581 

3601 OHIO BLVD. TERRE HAUTE IN 47807 (812) 232-7390 

3016 N 14THST.TAC0MA WA 98406 (206)926-0775 

PO BOX 1701, FRANKFORT Ml 49635-1701 (616) 352-6704 

8 GOSHEN RD, BOZRAH CT 06334 (860) 889-7568 

6725 EMBASSY ST CT, MAUMEE OH 43537 (419)866-1030 

PO BOX 251 , HARTLAND Wl 53029 (414) 367-8153 

705 BOND ST, NORTH MANCHESTER IN 46562 (219) 982-6835 

52606 HIGHLAND DR, SOUTH BEND IN 46635 (219)273-1150 

701 27TH ST NE, CEDAR RAPIDS lA 52402-4328 (319) 363-0322 
RRN1 BOX 1 78 AB, JEFFERSON NC 28640 



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DANDO, PATRICIA 

DANIELS. BOB 

DAVIS, BETTY 

DAVIS, FRANK E. 

DAVIS, HAROLD 

DAVIS, PAM 

DAVIS, ROYAL G. 

DAVIS, WALTER S. 

DAWSON, MARGARET J. 

DAY, E. W. 

DEAN, RODNEY 

DEINSTADT. EVELYN 

DEINSTADT, LELSIE G. 

DELINE. JAMES 

DERHAM,MRS ANDREW J. 

DEVORE. JOHN R. 

DEWAR (nee HONEYMAN), CAROL 

DEXTER, MARIE 

DIBIASIO-SNYDER, CAROL 

DIBIASIO-SNYDER, RALPH 

DICKINSON. EDWARD A. 

DICKSON, RONALD W. 

DIRETTE, MAURICE O. 

DOBSON, ROBERT H. 

DOBSON, W. HAROLD 

DONAGHE^ ROBERT W. 

DORIANI, MARJORIE 

DORIANI, PAUL M. 

DOROSHEVICH, CATHERINE 

DOUD. JOHN F. 

DOUMA, BERNICE 

DOUMA, HAROLD 

DRAKE, CATHERINE 

DRAKE, PRISCILLA 

DROUHARD. ELIN 

DROWN. DOUGLAS WARREN 

DUDLEY, MARCIA 

DUNN, FREDERICK D. 

DUNN SR, MARKHAM E. 

DWORAKD. 

EATON, JAMES E. 

EBERT, ARTHUR 

EBERT, JOAN M. 

ECKBERG, WALLACE C. 

ECKERT, ELLEN H. 

ECKLES, SHARON 

EDGAR. JOHN 

EDMUNDS. PALMER 

EDWARDS, TRUDI 

EHRENHARDT. CARL E. 

EICHORN, JOHN C. 

ELLCEY. GREGORY A. 

ELLIOT. SARA JANE. 

ELLIOTT. HAYWARD 

ELMORE. JOHN R. 



7048 142ND ST W. APPLE VALLEY MN 55124 

41615 SUTTERS LN. NORTHVILLE Ml 48167 

1050 MADERA CIR, ELM GROVE WI 53122 

776 GERMANTOWN PIKE, LAFAYETTE HILL PA 19444-1604 

BOX 168, MONPONSETT MA 02350 

13440 BURBANK* 4. VAN NUYS CA 91401 

POBOX#73, HYDE PARK NY 12538 

111 E KILBOURN AVE, MILWAUKEE WI 53202 

2755 W DEAN RD, LAMBERTVILLE Ml 48144 

2210 SHADOWOOD, ANN ARBOR Ml 48104 
12 VALENCIA CIR, DEBARRY FL 32713-3434 
12 VALENCIA CIR, DEBARRY FL 32713 
2717 HAMPDEN DR, LANSING Ml 48911-1766 

RR 2 BOX 61. FRANKLIN IN 46131 

3901 SWGAMWELLRD.TOPEKA KS 66610 

1502 N MAIN, OSHKOSH WI 54901 

1502 N MAIN, OSHKOSH WI 54901 

7515 N LINKS WAY, MILWAUKEE WI 53217-3655 

1245 GALLEON WAY, SAN LUIS OBISPO CA 93401 

30330 SCHOOLCFAFT, LIVONIA Ml 48150 

1419 VINTRY LN, SALT LAKE CITY UT 84121-1918 

2244 E 3980 S, SALT LAKE CITY UT 84124 

POBOX227, BIGRUN PA 15715 

4620 N HURRICANE RD, FRANKLIN IN 46131 

2621 MCCAIN RD, JACKSON Ml 49203 
PARADISE RV RESORT #909 
PARADISE RV RESORT #909 
31 15 AVE I APT 5L, BROOKLYN NY 11210 

391 STREAM CORNERS RD, LEXINGTON OH 44904 
PO BOX 253, BINGHAM ME 04920-0253 

6635 E OAKSPRINGS DR, AGOURA CA 91301-3820 
114 MINER ST. MIDDLETOWN CT 06457-1747 

87 BROADWAY, NORWICH CT 06360 

9632 N VALLEY HILL DR, MEQUON WI 53092-5339 

9632 N VALLEY HILL DR, MEQUON WI 53092-5339 

306 SCHIAGO TRL, ASHLAND OH 44805 

2775 GARWIN RD, MARSHALLTOWN lA 50158 

2423 S HOLLAND SYLVANIA # 48, MAUMEE OH 43537 

3548 S 45TH ST, MILWAUKEE WI 53220 

3607 OHIO BLVD. TERRE HAUTE IN 47803 

1215 RED DOG LN. AUBURN CA 95603 

312 W MAIN ST. MARSHALLTOWN lA 50158 

16 GARY ST. SOUTH PARIS ME 04281 

4200 CEDROS AVE, SHERMAN OAKS CA 91403 

5000 BURNT SHORE RD N, PUNTA GORDA FL 33955-1913 



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(317)535-8703 
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(414)231-0121 
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(801)277-3001 
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(814)427-2560 
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217 



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ENOCH, MARK 

ERDAHL, EUNICE 

ERDAHL, JOHN M. 

ERICKSON, E. A. 

ERKEL, STEVE 

ERKEL (nee WERWATH), JOANNE 

ESTEP. DAVID C. 

ESTEP, JOAN L. 

EVANS, GARY E. 

FACKLER, EDWARD H. 

FACKLER, TERRY O. 

FARRAND, RICHARD C, 

FERGUSON, ALAN R. 

FERGUSON, MARGARET 

FERGUSON, MARTIN 

PETTY, MAURICE A 

FIELD, RUSSELL 

FILLEBROWN, DEBORAH 

FINKLE, CLIFFORD 

FINNIGAN, PEGGY 

FISHER, R. WARREN 

FISKE, NANCY 

FITZPATRICK, J. MICHELLE 

FLACK, JAMES K. 

FLEISCHMANN, ROBERT H. 

FLEMING, AMY 

FLOWERS, GERALD D. 

FLYNN, CAROLYN M. 

FLYNN, THEODORE 

FOLSOM, RALPH B. 

FORMBERG, ERIC 

FOSS, TAMARA 

FOSTER, MARY 

FOSTER, WALTER H. 

FOSTER, WILLIAM H. 

FOWLES, SUSAN GRANT 

FOX, FRED 

FOX JR, WILLIAM 

FRANCIS, MITZI L 

FRANCIS, ROBERT M. 

FREDRICK JN, ROBERT 

FREEMAN, ELAINE 

FRENTZ, ELSIE 

FRENTZ, HAROLD G. 

FRKOVICH, KATE 

FRYER, LOIS 

GALLUP, BEDENT 

GAMAGE, BERNICE 

GAMMON, IRVIN 

GARDNER, MILDRED 

GARLAND JOHNSON, DEBORAH 

GASKELL, BENTON S. 

GAUGER, RAGUNA 

GAZZILO, NANCY 

GEARHART, DIANNE 



6015 AIRLINE RD, DALLAS TX 75205 (214) 369-2157 

13325 W BURLEIGH RD APT #3, BROOKFIELD Wl (414) 782-8956 

1 3325 W BURLEIGH RD APT #3, BROOKFIELD Wl (414) 782-8956 

E 2223 HILLSIDE RD. CASCO Wl 54205 (414)837-7787 

5716 FRUSHER LN, MADISON Wl 53711-5210 (608)277-1930 

5716 FRUSHER LN, MADISON Wl 53711-5210 (608)277-1930 

5691 ARVINE CIR SW, FORT MYERS FL 33919 (813) 489-4834 

5934 8TH AVE, KENOSHA Wl 53140 (414)654-0457 

3415 CROSS TIMBERS RD. FLOWER MOUND TX (214) 221-2976 

601 GLENHILL LN, LEWISVILLE TX 75067 (214)221-2976 

846 E COMSTOCK AVE, GLENDORA CA 91 741 -2826 (81 8) 335-5800 

PO BOX 22. HINSDALE NH 03451 

15300 37TH AVE N APT A124, PLYMOUTH MN 55446 

3916 HOUSE AVE, CHEYENNE WY 82001-1445 (307) 638-3037 

90 COUNTRY CLUB DR, PORT WASHINGTON NY 11050 (516)627-3586 

166ALIDARD. BRAINTREE MA 02184-7642 (617)843-1969 

300 MAIN ST RM 608, STAMFORD CT 06904 (860) 348-3211 

35133 BIRCHWOOD,WESTLAND Ml 48185 (313)729-3067 

6026 E MURDOCK, WICHITA KS 67208 (316)683-4775 

875 EAST ST. MIDDLETOWN CT 06457 (860)424-5126 

286 LARCHLEA DR. BIRMINGHAM Ml 48009 (810)644-7644 

7819 W BRIAR LAKE DR. DULUTH MN 55803 (218) 525-7604 

RFD # 6 BOX 684, NORWICH CT 06360 (860) 887-2777 

15 WORK AVE. DEL RAY OAKS CA 93940 (408) 394-7583 

4553 SANCOLA AVE. TOLUCA LAKE CA 91602 (818)841-6030 

4553 SANCOLA AVE, TOLUCA LAKE CA 91602 (818) 760-8061 

103GLENSHIRE.TROY Ml 48098 (810)528-9055 

1051 W ROBERTS, FRESNO CA 93711 

ROUTE 3111 SWAMP RD, PITTSFIELD MA 01201 (41 3) 698-2793 

7129 SPRING LN. JONESBORO GA 30236 (404) 478-2765 

17316 SUNSET RD.BOTHWELL WA 98012-6710 

RR #3 PO BOX 5800, UNION ME 04862 (207) 785-4062 

10908 KINNEVILLE RD, EATON RAPIDS Ml 48827-9719 unlisted 

600 N GAREY AVE. POMONA CA 91767 

825 E RIVER ST, SPRING LAKE Ml 49456 (616) 846-4728 

8107RAMSGATE AVE. LOS ANGELES CA 90045 

5332 N LOVERS LN #150, MILWAUKEE Wl 53225 (414) 466-1640 

14 CAMDEN AVE, LAVALLETTE NJ 08735-2326 (603) 642-8130 

1 0035 HALEDON #1 , DOWNEY CA 90240 (31 0) 862-9283 

1 0035 HALEDON #1 , DOWNEY CA 90240 (31 0) 862-9283 

13005 ELMHURST PKY. ELM GROVE Wl 53122 (414) 782-9153 

1415 MARENGO. SOUTH PASEDENA CA 91030 (818) 799-3768 

74044 COTTONWOOD DR. TWENTYNINE PALMS CA 92277 (619)367-9961 

8201 TUSCANY AVE. PLAYA DEL RAY CA 90293 (310) 823-7104 

PO BOX 366. WARREN ME 04864 (207) 273-2634 

9802 ARMLEY AVE. WHITTIER CA 90604 (310)696-3445 

809 W 14TH ST. CEDAR FALLS lA 50613 (319)266-6558 

2777 LIVMOR. PALM SPRINGS CA 92262 (619) 327-3886 

PO BOX 324. NORWAY ME 04268-0324 

303 E STURGIS ST, ST JOHNS Ml 48879 (517)224-8198 



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GEER. PATRICIA A. 

GELZINNiS, GREG 

GENOA. WILLIAM L. 

GERDES, GISELA M. 

GERHARDT. LOUIS B. 

GERMAN. MARY S. 

GEVINSKI (nee WALKER), 

GIBSON. MICK 

GIDDINGS. GEORGE 

GIERKE. DEWEY 

GILES. LELA JEANNE 

GILMORE. CAROLYN 

GLAB. SHERRY 

GODARD. BETTY 

GODFREY. WILLIAM N. 

GOEDJEN. FLORENCE 

GOLDSHINE, GUSTAVE 

GORDON, ROBERT J. 

GORMAN. NANCY 

GOTTMAN. KENNETH W. 

GRAHAM, ROBERT E. 

GRANGER. DALE W. 

GRANGER. WAVE 

GRAY, BETSEY 

GRAY. DAVID L. 

GRAY, ELI ^ 

GRAY. KENNETH V. 

GRAY. REBECCA 

GREER. JOEL T. 

GREWE (nee DEWATER), SUSAN 

GRIFFIN, CHERYL 

GRINDLE, ROBERT 

GROVELL, SHAUNA 

GRUBE JR, LESTER 

GULLEN, ELEANOR 

HAGER. EDWARD A. 

HALCOMB, MICHAEL P 

HALDANE III, ROBERT 

HALDANE JR. ROBERT 

HALE, LAURIE 

HALL, CHARLES H. 

HALL, HANNAH WING 

HALL. JENNIFER 

HALL, ROBERT 

HALL JR, LLOYD M. 

HALL (nee TOOZE), SHILA MARY 

HALLAUER, GERALD G. 

HAM, CHARLES 

HAM, DWIGHT 

HAMACHEK, FRANK 

HAMBY, LAURA JEAN 

HAMMEL, DAVID M. 

HANSEN, VIRGINIA REED 

HANSHAW, SUE 

HARDEN, INEZ M. 



RFD # 3, LISBON CT 06351 

4550 LEVIS LN, GODFREY IL 62035 

1710LINDLN, GURNEE IL 60031 

311 E STOCKERST #206, GLENDALE CA 91207 

PO BOX 1815, TWENTYNINE PALMS CA 92277 

110 HARVARD AVE, FIRCREST (TACOMA) WA 98466 

PO BOX 7, SOUTH JAMESPORT NY 1 1970 

2530 MARFITT RD APT 202, EAST LANSING Ml 48823-6300 

122 PINE ST, FLORENCE MA 01060 

2471 W WINGATE AVE, GLENDALE Wl 53209 

670 NECK RD, ROCHESTER MA 02770 

2129 SAN MARCOS PL. CLAREMONT CA 91711 

2637 REVERE RD, AKRON OH 44333 

14700 CRESTWOOD CT, ELM GROVE Wl 53122 

1781 WEDGEWOOD DR, GREEN BAY Wl 54303 

336 HUDSON AVE, PLACENTIA CA 92670-2613 

2428 GALPIN, ROYAL OAK Ml 48073 

75 CATHERINE ST, HARTFORD CT 06106 

2653 ELMWOOD SE, GRAND RAPIDS Ml 49506 

139 LAKESHORECT, RICHMOND CA 94804-4597 

3829 RIDGEFIELD RD, LANSING Ml 48906 

3829 RIDGEFIELD RD. LANSING Ml 48906 

1439 N GENESEE AVE. LOS ANGELES CA 90046-3905 

156 TOWN & CNTRY VIL R2 BOX 20. NORWAY ME 04268 
67 MARYLAND ST. SPRINGFIELD MA 01118-2646 
112WCHURCHST. MARSHALLTOWN lA 50158 
1 150 SE MAPLE PLACE, GRESHAM OR 97080 
2285 DOSWELL AVE, ST PAUL MN 55108 
1025BAYSIDE, PALATIME IL 60067 

4260 S RAVINIA DR APT 103, GREENFIELD Wl 53221-5710 

3456 RICHMOND DR SE. CONYERS GA 30208 

5352 N BERKELEY BLVD. MILWAUKEE Wl 53217 

231 ROSEDALE PL, JACKSON Ml 49203 

3818 JULIE DR, ZEPHRHILLS FL 33543 

382 E MAIN, VERMONTVILLE Ml 49096 

PO BOX 38, PETERSON lA 51047-0038 

1800 COLLEGE AVE. RACINE Wl 53403 

1800 COLLEGE AVE, RACINE Wl 53403 

943 CLOVERDALE RD, TOLEDO OH 43612 

1800 COLLEGE AVE, RACINE Wl 53403 

299 BLUNK. PLYMOUTH Ml 48170 

MORTON ST APT 201 -D. PENNEY FARMS FL 32079 



PO BOX 72. SOQUEL CA 95073 

26423 N HERON DR. RIO VERDE AZ 85263 

51 18 WASHINGTON ST #4. WEST ROXBURY MA 02132 

408 GINGER BEND DR APT 110. CHAMPAIGN IL 61821-3555 

12 TRAVERSE ST. ROCKLAND ME 04841 



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(516)722-3531 



(413)584-9049 
(414) 228-8337 
(508) 763-5206 
(909)626-1178 
(216)376-6517 

(414)494-0167 
(714)993-1475 



(616)949-6260 

(517)321-3316 
(517)321-3316 

(213)874-7649 

(207) 998-4439 
(413)782-6221 
(515)753-5031 
(503) 669-7870 

(847)392-5124 

(414)771-2227 

(770) 922-5807 
(414)332-1976 
(517)787-8707 
(213)645-0301 
(517)726-1130 
(712) 295-5651 
(414)634-5999 
(414)634-5999 
(419)476-0940 
(414)634-5999 
(313)455-9689 
(904) 284-8671 



(408)688-1911 
(316) 733-4036 
(617)325-2778 

(207) 594-7231 



219 



Past and Present Association Board IVIembers 



MARKER, CHARLES 

HARLOW, CHARLES E. 

HARMON, BRYAN 

HARNESS. ELIZABETH P. 

HARPER. CHARLES 

HARRIS. HAROLD A. 

HARRIS. JOHN M. 

HART. JAMES P. 

HATFIELD, MARK 

HAWK. DAVID A. 

HEARN, THOMAS 

HEDGCOC' MILDRED 

HEDGES. BERTHA JEAN 

HEILIGENSTEIN. R. RON 

HEILMANN, LOIS A. 

HEINER, PAMELA J. 

HEINZ. MRS ROBERT 

HEITMAN (nee MEYERS), JANICE 

HENDRIXSON. JOE M. 

HENEY JR, LYSLE J. 

HENRY, DAVID B. 

HENRY, RACHEL 

HENSON, JAMES D. 

HESSINGER, WINIFRED 

HICKS, MICHAEL 

HIRTLE. DAVID C. 

HITE. VICKIE 

HIXSON. JAMES E. 

HODGES. LYNN E. 

HOFFMAN, ARTHUR 

HOFFMAN, MARK 

HOOD, RACHEL 

HOPFE, LAVINA R. 

HOPKINS, JAMES A. 

HOPP, EVA 

HORN, RICHARD W. 

HORVITZ, CLAIRE 

HORVITZ, LOUIE 

HOTCHKIN, RICHARD 

HOTCHKISS, JOE V. 

HOTH. STEVEN 

HOURIET, •. ORY 

HOWARD, CYNTHIA 

HOWELL, KATHERINE 

HUMMEL, JOHN 

HUMMON, GREGORY A. 

HUNT, BARBARA 

HUNT, E. NEIL 

HUNTER, ROBERT J. 

HUSTAD, JOHN C. 

HUTCHINSON, DAVID 

HUTTER. JAMES R. 

INZAR, NED 

IRVINE, ALEXANDER S. 

IRWIN, JACK 



1701 INDIAN RD, BELOIT Wl 53511 

PO BOX 1405. TALENT OR 97540-1405 

2696 N 700E. FRANKLIN IN 46131 

355 WENDY LN. WAVERLY OH 45690-1532 

9441 N REGENT CT. MILWAUKEE Wl 53217 

3024 E 2ND ST. DULUTH MN 55812-1925 
123 QUEENSTON DR. PITTSBURGH PA 15235 
17 E MAIN ST. SOUTH PARIS ME 04281 
763 MERRIMAK DR, BEREA OH 44017 

8607 VILLAGE DR # 316, SAN ANTONIO TX 78217 
1589 ROSEWOOD DR. BOWLING GREEN OH 43402 
8210 N GREEN BAY RD. MILWAUKEE Wl 53209 
9 RIDGE AVE. PITTSBURGH PA 15223 

2550 PASADENA BLVD. WAUWATOSA Wl 53226 

5719HEMPLINE. STLOUIS MO 63129 

513 PRAIRIE VIEW DR, WEST DES MOINES lA 50266 

11 MEAD AVE, MIDDLESEX NJ 08846-2340 

2136 WWARNER AVE. CHICAGO IL 60618 

RR2 BOX 99 , FRANKLIN IN 46131 

100 ELMRIDGE RD, MANSFIELD OH 44907-2442 

1707 MICHELTORENA ST #306. LOS ANGELES CA 90026 

3499 SPRING ARBOR RD. JACKSON Ml 49203 

RR 2 BOX 132L4, FRANKLIN IN 46131-9802 
RR 1 BOX 168, WHITELAND IN 46184 
PO BOX 1137, BELGRADE MT 59717 

868 E LAKE FOREST AVE, MILWAUKEE Wl 53217 

1324GAHWY495,AMERICUS GA 31709 

9828 HIGHWAY 7. ALLENSPARK CO 80510 

260 DIVISION ST. EAST GREENWICH Rl 02818-4045 

335 S BROWN. TERRE HAUTE IN 47803 

4650 MORSE AVE. SHERMAN OAKS CA 91423 

4650 MORSE AVE. SHERMAN OAKS CA 91423 

817 BUSHNELL ST. BELOIT Wl 53511 

470 HAVENS CORNER RD. GAHANNA OH 43230 

NIKONHA PL. BURLINGTON lA 52601 

N82 W15630 VALLEY . MENOMONEE FALLS Wl 53051 

925 S BARRINGTON # 6, LOS ANGELES CA 90049 

1026 PINEHURST AVE. ROYAL OAK Ml 48073 

504 LANDON. BIRMINGHAM Ml 48009 
455 N MAIN ST. RAYNHAM MA 02767 
21355 MEADOWBROOKNOVI Ml 48375 
BOX 23, SPRING CREEK PA 16436 
6105 KAYMARDR, MINNEAPOLIS MN 55413 
34 DOUGLAS AVE, MANSFIELD OH 44903 
1400 CIRCLE DR, SAN MARINO CA 91108 
2223 W 21 ST ST, LOS ANGELES CA 90018 

801 BUSHNELL ST, BELOIT Wl 53511 



(608)365-1916 

(317)736-8165 

(414) 352-2388 

(218)724-1187 
(412) 829-2483 
(207) 743-7903 
(216)234-9712 

(210)653-3383 
(419)352-7760 
(414)354-2121 
(412)781-7935 

(414)476-4504 
(314)846-9619 

(201)356-5385 
(312)472-8665 
(317)535-8604 
(419)529-4412 
(213)663-4873 



(317)535-9888 
(406) 282-7425 



(303) 747-2237 
(401)884-8986 
(812)235-2557 

(818)784-3146 
(818)784-3146 
(608) 362-2759 
(312)779-0123 
(319)752-6863 
(414)251-0706 
(310)207-3829 
(810)288-4806 

(810)540-6998 
(508) 822-0683 
(810)344-2583 
(814)664-8885 
(612) 933-1448 
(419)524-4470 

(213)735-6117 

(608) 366-2759 



220 



Past and Present Association Board IVIembers 



JACKSON, LESLIE 
JACKSON, MICHELLE 
JACKSON, PHIL R. 
JACOBS, JAN 
JACOBS JR. BURLEIGH E. 
JACOBSON, JANE 
JACOBUS, RICHARD G. 
JAMES, KAY 
JAMES, LOIS 
JAMES, MAURICE 
JANIKOWSKY, BARBARA 
JAQUITH, CHERYL 
JENKINS, ANDREW 
JENSEN, LIANE 
JENSEN, MARK P. 
JENSEN, MAUDE 
JIPSON, PATRICIA 
JOHNSON, AMANDA 
JOHNSON, BARBARA 
JOHNSON, BARRY L. 
JOHNSON, JOHN 
JOHNSON, LELAND C. 
JOHNSON, MELVIN ARTHUR 
JOHNSON, RAYMOND 
JOHNSON, ROBERT 
JOHNSON, WILLIAM R. 
JOHNSTOr.. FRANK 
JOHNSTON, JANET 
JOHNSTON, KAY A. 
JONES, CHRIS 
JONES, GILBERT R. 
JONES. PAUL MCR. 
JONES, PHILIP 
JONES, VIVIAN 
JONLAND, STEPHEN 
JOY, ROBERT 
JUST, TED 
JUSTIN. ELLEN 
KARKER, A. LEE 
KARKER, JANE 
KAROW, LINDA 
KARR, ANDREW 
KARR, JEAN PHILLIP 
KASTLER, B. Z. 
KAUFFMAN, ANN 
KAUFFMAN, CLYDE R. 
KECKLEY, E. WELDON 
KEEFE, W. THOMAS 
KEEPERS, DONALD B. 
KEHN, TED 
KELLEY, JOHN C. 
KEMP, GEORGE W. 
KEMPER, LARRY . 
KENDRICK. DON 
KENNEDY, PATRICK 



5537 N BAY RIDGE, WHITEFISH BAY Wl 53217 
5537 N BAY RIDGE. WHITEFISH BAY Wl 53217 
5537 N BAY RIDGE, WHITEFISH BAY Wl 53217 
1040 MADERA CIR, ELM GROVE Wl 53122-2126 
1020 MADERA CIR, ELM GROVE Wl 53122-2126 
2518 N 81STST,WAUWAT0SA Wl 53213 
8125 N RANGE LINE RD, RIVER HILLS Wl 53209 
1208 NORTHPORT RD, PORTAGE Wl 53901 
1 168 KELLOGG ST, GREEN BAY Wl 54303 
6921 N ELM TREE. MILWAUKEE Wl 53217 
1225 E MANOR CIR, MILWAUKEE Wl 53217 
RD1, COLUMBUS PA 16405 
1213 HAMPSHIRE DR. ST JOHNS Ml 48879 
2627 KILTARTAN, FARMINGTON HILLS Ml 48334 
26277 KILTARTAN, FARMINGTON HILLS Ml 48334 
100 ELIZABETH ST#215. DULUTH MN 55803 
7236 N NAVAJO AVE, MILWAUKEE Wl 53217 
PO BOX 4021 . SPRING CREEK CO 80446 
560 GLEN DR. MADISON Wl 53711 
1475 INDIAN CREEK PKWY. JUPITER FL 33458 

9706 SUNSET LN 28W. MEQUON Wl 53092 
PO BOX 507. ANDOVER KS 67002-0507 
34 ACADIA DR, ROCKLAND ME 04841 
560 GLEN DR, MADISON Wl 53711 

360 EVERGREEN DR, SUMMIT PARK UT 84098 
161 16 W POE RD, BOWLING GREEN OH 43402 
360 EVERGREEN DR, SUMMIT PARK UT 84098 
1634 FOREST GLEN DR, GREEN BAY Wl 54304 



3544 KIPLING. BERKLEY Ml 48072 

7 WAN DANIEL RHOS PONTARDAWE, SWANSEA SA8 3HR 

1802 GOLF VIEW DR, STREATOR IL 61364-1 122 

403 N HENDERSON ST, TOULON IL 61483 

2239 PLEASANT ST, FALL RIVER MA 02723 

16715 PETERSON RIDGE RD. BEND OR 97701 

51 OCEAN ST, ROCKLAND ME 04841 

51 OCEAN ST, ROCKLAND ME 04841 

5 E FRANK ST. ELKHORN Wl 53121 

414 N LIBERTY. MARSHALL Ml 49203 

2535 SPRING ARBOR RD, JACKSON Ml 49203 

180 E 1ST ST S, SALT LAKE CITY UT 84111 

3312 FOREST DR. CHEYENNE WY 82001 

3312FORESTDR. CHEYENNE WY 82001 

PO BOX 1822, JOPLIN MO 64802 

220 N MILL ST. VEEDERSBURG IN 47987 

2045 STODDARD ST. POMONA CA 91768 

17PARKST, HOULTON ME 04730-2008 

2408 ORRINGTON AVE, EVANSTON IL 60201 

616 CLIFF DR, APTOS CA 95003 

1109 WASHINGTON AVE. ALTON IL 62002-2813 

2380 3RD ST. LAVERNE CA 91750 

2151 COUNTY RD. OREGON Wl 53575-2129 



(414)332-1979 
(414)332-1979 
(414)332-1979 
(414)782-8391 
(414)782-8391 
(414)774-1214 
(414) 354-5203 
(608) 742-7671 
(414) 499-2435 
(414) 352-9492 
(414) 352-7567 
(814) 665-9592 
(517)224-8058 
(810)474-4829 
(810)474-4829 
(218)728-2052 
(414)352-6546 

(608) 238-0308 
(561)744-8340 

(414)241-3193 
(316) 733-4288 
(207) 594-5883 
(608) 238-0308 

(801)645-8066 
(419)352-4516 
(801)645-8066 
(414)494-5029 



(810)547-8657 



(309) 286-7005 
(508) 678-2080 
(801)943-6138 
(207) 594-8656 
(207) 596-0606 
(616) 728-6224 

(517)784-7436 

(307) 638-8764 
(307) 638-8764 
(417)624-7581 
(317)364-9503 
(714) 593-1042 
(207)527-2313 
(802)863-1952 
(408) 662-3369 
(618) 462-5632 
(909) 593-5353 



221 



Past and Present Association Board l\/lembers 



KILGOUR, DONALD C. 

KILLINGBECK, HOWARD 

KLIME, MRS WILLIAM 

KLINE, RONALD 

KNIEFEL. CLAUDIA 

KNIEFEL, DARCY 

KNIGHT, GEORGE B. 

KOCH, MARY 

KOCH, RICHARD J. 

KOCH. SARAH 

KOHL, MANFRED W. 

KREBS, ARIHURH. 

KUEHL, HAROLD 

KUEHL, JEANETTE 

KUESTER , ANNE 

KUESTER, GARITH R. 

KURRASCH, RICHARD 

LAMBERT, MARY ALICE 

LANCZ, JOHN J. 

LANGE, WILLIAM C. 

LASKA, JOAN 

LAUTZENHISER, ROGER 

LAW, WILLIAM L. 

LECK, DOROTHY 

LECK, WALTER 

LEONG, STEVENSON 

LEVERSUCH. ELVERA 

LEWIS, ROBERT W. 

LEWIS, SCOTT 

LILES, JOAN 

LILES, RICHARD D. 

LIMMER, DONALD R. 

LINDEN, LOWELL W. 

LINDSAY, JEFFREY M. 

LINDSAY, PETER 

LINDVALL, JOHN A. 

LINDVALL, RICHARD M. 

LINN, CHRISTINE 

LISON. SUSAN 

LOBB, DOUGLAS L 

LOCK, PHIL 

LOOTENS, HOMASE. 

LORD, CYNTHIA L. 

LORD, DAVID A. 

LORD. JODEE 

LOTZ, W. ROBERT 

LOVELL, THOMAS 

LUCAS, CAROL 

LUCE, MRS CHARLES 

LUEDTKE, LAURIE 

LUEDY (nee HUTCHISON), APRIL 

LUENBERGER, FRED 

LUENBERGER, MARION 

LYNDE, THOMAS M. 

LYONS, JAMES R. 



RR 1 BOX 13, NARKA KS 66960-9451 

69 OXFORD RD, LEXINGTON OH 44904 

8451 MILES CT, ANCHORAGE AK 99504 

8451 MILES CT, ANCHORAGE AK 99515 

7119 N BARNETT LN, MILWAUKEE Wl 53217 

2610 E NORTHERN LIGHTS, ANCHORAGE AK 99508-4119 

2610 E NORTHERN LIGHTS, ANCHORAGE AK 99508-41 19 

202 E 9TH, SPENCER lA 51301 

27 WAPPING RD. KINGSTON MA 02364-1301 

4706 SCOTT ST. DAVENPORT lA 52806-4130 

3611 BEE LN. BELOIT Wl 53511 

3611 BEE LN, BELOIT Wl 53511 

3031 BAY VIEW DR, GREEN BAY Wl 5431 1 

3031 BAY VIEW DR. GREEN BAY Wl 54311 

1314 NORTHWOOD BLVD. ROYAL OAK Ml 48073 

719 N BARTLETT. PLAINFIELD IL 60544 

7 RIDGE RD. STONY CREEK CT 06405 

5934 8TH AVE. KENOSHA Wl 53140 

2020 LAUGHLIN PARK DR. LOS ANGELES CA 90027 

4918 CENTRALIA, LONG BEACH CA 90808 

2420A WALNUT GROVE CT, BROOKFIELD Wl 53005 

15019 CAMEO DRIVE N. SUN CITY AZ 85351 

15019 CAMEO DR N. SUN CITY AZ 85351 

2735 AYRSHIRE. BLOOMFIELD HILLS Ml 48302 



203 S PARK DR. HUTCHINSON KS 67502 
203 S PARK DR. HUTCHINSON KS 67502 
485 WEST ST. BEREA OH 44017 
2 W OLIVE AVE. REDLANDS CA 92373 
6200 COLONIAL WAY. EDINA MN 55436 

1865 PARKVIEW CIR. COSTA MESA CA 92627 
11136 SWHIPPLE ST. CHICAGO IL 60655-2304 

PO BOX 352. VERMONTVILLE Ml 49096-0352 

23 ROSE PARK DR. TORONTO MRT 1 42 

4028 REDWOOD AVE # 5. MARVISTA CA 90066 

3003 LINWOOD AVE. ROYAL OAK Ml 48073-3024 

2722 N INNSBRUCK DR, NEW BRIGHTON MN 55112 

2722 N INNSBRUCK DR, NEW BRIGHTON MN 55112 

377 MASON AVE. STATEN ISLAND NY 10305 

9559 N REGENT ST. MILWAUKEE Wl 53217 

545 N SHORE DR. CLEAR LAKE lA 50428 

71 CHITTICKRD, HYDE PARK MA 02136 

2587 WOODRIDGE LN. GREEN BAY Wl 54304 
517WOODST. MANSFIELD OH 44906 
2630 SLEEPY HOLLOW RD. GLENDALE CA 91206 
2630 SLEEPY HOLLOW RD, GLENDALE CA 91206 
2375 JONESBORO RD. HAMPTON GA 30228 
18782 GLENWOOD BLVD. LATHRUP VILLAGE Ml 



(419)884-1063 
(907) 337-6560 
(907) 337-6560 
(414)351-0254 
(907) 272-8363 
(907) 272-8363 
(712) 262-7756 
(902) 228-2023 

(608)365^188 
(608)365-4188 
(414)468-1114 
(414)468-1114 
(810)435-0108 
(815)436-5119 
(860) 488-3565 

(213)660-1808 
(213)429-7280 
(414)786-8336 

(602) 977-6762 

(810) 334-6145 



(316)662-6391 
(316)662-6391 
(860) 826-0323 
(714)793-3157 
(612)925-2711 

(714)722-1935 
(312)445-2121 

(517)726-0131 



(810)288-4029 
(612)636-5232 
(612)636-5232 
(718)987-0461 
(414)352-1460 

(617)361-0825 

(414)497-4648 
(419)756-0058 
(818)244-6692 
(818)244-6692 
(770) 957-6882 



222 



Past and Present Association Board IVIembers 



MACH, MRS JOSEPH D. 
MACKENZIE, JANE B. 
MACLISTER, CAROL 
MACVICAR, ELEANOR E. 
MAGIE, LYNN 
MALCOMB, BETTY 
MANSER, NANCY 
MARCHANT, BARRY 
MARCOUX, MARY 
MARRIOTT. MRS A EDWIN 
MARSH, ELAINE 
MARTIN, BRYAN 
MARTIN, DOUGLAS 
MARTIN, JAMES 
MASTERS, ALAN E. 
MATHEISON, ROBERT K. 
MATHENY, MICHAEL J. 
MATHENY, STEPHEN 
MATTHIES, MILO M. 
MATTOX, MICHAEL T. 
MAURER. ALLEN IRVING 
MCCANN, JACKA. 
MCCULLOCH, CAROL V. 
MCDONALD, LAUREN 
MCDOUGAL, MRS RUSSELL 
MCDOUGAL, WILBERT 
MCELROY, JOHN 
MCGARTH, KOY 
MCKITTRICK, MARIAN 
MCMURRAY, MARSHA 
MCNEILL, JOAN 
MCVEIGH, JOSEPH 
MCVEIGH. JOYCE 
MEGOWEN, CARL 
MEISINGER, EARL 
MELANO, CHARLES A. 
MELANO, DORIS 
MELSON, ROGER 
MENGLE, TIM 
MENICK, DONALD 
MERKEL, DWIGHT 
MERKEL, STUART R. 
METZNER, CARROLL 
MEYER, MARY HELEN 
MEYER, MRS THEODORE R. 
MEYER, ROBERT G. 
MIDDLETON, HENRY 
MIESBAUER, DONALD T. 
MILAM, MITCHELL H. 
MILLAR JR, ROBERT 
MILLER, DOROTHA 
MILLER, GEORGE A. 
MILLER, JOHN F. 
MILLER, MRS WILLIAM E. 
MILLER, PAUL A. 



248 S RODEO DR. BEVERLY HILLS CA 90212 
423 ST LAWRENCE AVE. BELOIT Wl 5351 1 
7820 N LAKE DR. MILWAUKEE Wl 53217 

39 VESPER LN. NANTUCKET ISLAND MA 02554 

40 PARK ST, ADAMS MA 01220 

4596 N VISTAPARK DR, MOORPARK CA 93021 
1323 NICOLET PL, DETROIT Ml 48207 
5710 OLINGER BLVD, EDINA MN 55436 
12239 62ND ST N. STILLWATER MN 55082 

#3 GREAT MEADOW, DULVERTON SOMERSET TA 22 

4739 N CRYSTAL, FRESNO CA 93705 

14708 154TH AVE, BURLINGTON lA 52601-8743 

215 S MIDLAND BOX 218, MERRILL Ml 48637-0218 

1201 4TH ST. JACKSON Ml 49203 

PO BOX 1185, WINDERMERE FL 32786-1185 

701 1 N BRAEBURN, GLENDALE Wl 53209 

7133 NW WINTER, KANSAS CITY MO 64152 
7114 KNOX AVE S, MINNEAPOLIS MN 55423 
8246 KEW GARDENS RD, KEW GARDENS NY 1 141 5 
200 ARIZONA ST, BISBEE AZ 85603 

1530 HACIENDA PL, POMONA CA 91768-1830 

RR 1 BOX 58, STEDMAN NC 28391 

600 MICHIGAN AVE, EVANSTON IL 60202 



10 CASCADE TER, BURLINGTON lA 52601 
19 HAVANA ST, ROSLINDALE MA 02131-3314 
3761 ST ANDREWS BLVD, RACINE Wl 53405 
3761 ST ANDREWS BLVD, RACINE Wl 53405 

1 1S 767 BOOK RD, NAPERVILLE IL 60564 

52 SEMINOLE RD, YARMOUTH PORT MA 02675 

52 SEMINOLE RD, YARMOUTH PORT MA 02675 



8157 WOODLAND AVE, WAUWATOSA Wl 53213 

5425 PLAZA LN. WICHITA KS 67208 

3041 FLORA LN, WAYNE Ml 48184 

2703 E GRIFFITH WAY, FRESNO CA 93726 

1 10 ASH ST E, THREE OAKS Ml 49128-1202 

1 10 ASH ST E, THREE OAKS Ml 49128 

310 OVERBROOK BLVD, PITTSBURGH PA 15210 

430 WAVERLY ST, WICHITA KS 67218-1740 



(608) 362-3657 



{413)743-2464 
(805) 529-6493 
(313)393-9433 
(612)569-3692 
(612)430-1320 



(209) 222-3709 
(319)985-2242 
(517)643-5021 
(517)784-4854 

(414)351-6542 

(816)587-8848 
(612)866-4442 

(520) 432-4722 

(909)620-6109 

(708)491-6732 



(319) 752-9527 
(617)325-2481 
(414) 633-8749 
(414)633-8749 

(708) 904-0787 
(508)362-3517 
(508)362-3517 



15105 CALLE BARCELONA, CHINO HILLS CA 91709-5067 (909) 628-2083 
2430 RISA DR, GLENDALE CA 91208 

859 N KRENSHAW ST, VISALIA CA 93291 (209) 734-0204 

32 DARTMOUTH AVE, WEST HARTFORD CT 061 1 (860) 232-0556 

733 HURON HL, MADISON Wl 5371 1 (608) 233-5288 

10000 WORNALL RD APT 1302, KANSAS CITY MO (816) 943-0582 



(414)453-2070 
(316)744-1029 
(313)729-7550 



(616)756-7213 
(412) 884-2923 
(316)686-2565 



223 



Past and Present Association Board IVIembers 



MILLER, WILLIAM E. 
MILLER-TODD. KATHERINE 
MILLER-TODD, RICHARD L. 
MILNE, C. ROBERT 
MIXON. LEROY 
MOE. RONALD C. 
MOORE, DEBRA L. 
MOORE, JOHN 
MOORE, VICTORIA B. 
MORAN. MARGARET 
MORGAN. MRS ROBERT J. 
MORRIS. ROBERT G. 
MORRISO.., MARIANNE 
MORRISON. MARVIS H. 
MOSELEY, MARY BETH 
MOWBRAY, THOMAS L 
MUELLER. LAMORA 
MULLEN, BARBARA 
MULLEN, DONALD C. 
MURPHY. ALICE 
MURRAY. ROBERT 
MUTH. PHILIP A. 
MYERS, GERALD E. 
NAEVE. KEITH 
NASGOWITZ. DAVID W. 
NAVARRE. HARRIETT 
NELSON. JOELLE 
NELSON, JOSEPH 
NELSON, LAURA 
NEUFELD, MARIANNE 
NEWTON, HAZEL B. 
NICHOLS, IRENE 
NILSON, NOEL W. 
NISWONGER. DONALD 
NOLEN, SALLY J. 
NOLEN, THOMAS C. 
NORMAN, MRS BERTIL V. 
OBRIEN, DEE 
OGDEN, DAVID 
OHM, GARY R. 
OLMSTEAD, LESTER E. 
OLSON, LIL' IAN 
OLSON, M,..rHEWW. 
ONEAL, EDWARD 
OPITZ, EDMUND A. 
ORR, JOYCE 
ORR, R. KENNEY 
OSTERWISE. H. GEORGE 
OTTER. JOHN 

PAIGE-MORGAN. CHARLES M. 
PAINTER. LLOYD M. 
PALMER, ALLAN C. 
PARIS, TROXELL 
PARK, GLORIA 
PARKHURST, L. G. 



310 OVERBROOK BLVD, PITTSBURGH PA 15210 
3407 KINGMAN BLVD, DES MOINES lA 50311 
3407 KINGMAN BLVD, DES MOINES lA 50311 
4356 9TH LN. VERO BEACH FL 32966-2808 
3810 N 44TH ST. MILWAUKEE Wl 53216-2419 
4700 CONNECTICUT AVE NW# 407. WASHINGTON DC 
4111 COOLIDGE AVE. LOS ANGELES CA 90066-5413 
1626 N 70TH, WAUWATOSA Wl 53213 

PO BOX 332. NORWICH CT 06360 

3232 NW 18TH ST. OKLAHOMA CITY OK 73107 

207 RIVERVIEW RD. BRIDGEWATER NJ 08807 

207 RIVERVIEW RD. BRIDGEWATER NJ 08807 

4919 S 31 ST ST. GREENFIELD Wl 53221 

PO BOX 7. NASHUA lA 50658-0007 

2356 BROWNLEE DR. TOLEDO OH 43615 

936 N 7TH ST, TERRE HAUTE IN 47807-1536 

936 N 7TH ST. TERRE HAUTE IN 47807-1536 

1695 SCENIC RD. RICHFIELD Wl 53076 

POBOX1209. CEREDO WV 25507-1209 

3065 FAIRWOOD CT. WAUWATOSA Wl 53222 

6650 A MINKLER RD. YORKVILLE IL 60560 

1315 N SUNNYSLOPE DR#204. RACINE Wl 53406-3474 

211 TROY LN. LOMBARD IL 60148 

3521 CHERRY. KANSAS CITY MO 64109 



43 MISSION RD. WICHITA KS 67206 

1016 COUNTY RD M.ADAMS Wl 53910-9645 

123 PARIS HILL RD APT 3, SOUTH PARIS ME 04281-6342 

28327 W OAKLAND RD, BAY VILLAGE OH 44140-2034 

38 ROOD HILL RD. SANDISFIELD MA 01255-9635 

PO BOX 386, PLAINFIELD IL 60544-0386 

4223MARMOOR DR, LANSING Ml 48917 

1420 N BEAVER ST, FLAGSTAFF AZ 86001-1402 

6085 FALLEN TIMBERS LN, MAUMEE OH 43537-9766 
19MEAD0WVIEWRD. NANTUCKET MA 02554 
3060 HOPE ST, HUNTINGTON PARK CA 90255 

9744 HWY 2. RAPID RIVER Ml 49878 
710NMEADST, STJOHNS Ml 48879-1332 

180 MAIN ST, CHATHAM MA 02633 
3147 MADISON ST. WAUKESHA Wl 53188 
3147 MADISON ST. WAUKESHA Wl 53188 

4 PINE PL ANNANDALE NJ 08801-2012 

107 MAIN ST, PITTSFIELD NH 03263 

PO BOX 124, OWLS HEAD ME 04854 

38 POND ST, HALIFAX MA 02338 

6053 NE 61 ST ST, SEATTLE WA 981 15-7931 

2943 KENWOOD BLVD, TOLEDO OH 43606 

1051 NW234TH ST, EDMOND OK 73003 



(412) 884-2923 
(515)281-7711 
(515)277-1746 

(414)442-7216 
(202) 707-7853 

(414)259-0763 

(860) 886-8380 
(405) 942-3375 

(201)725-1746 
(201)725-1746 
(414) 325-9202 
(319) 582-8875 
(419)535-1720 

(812)232-6587 
(414)668-6302 

(414)257-3099 
(708) 553-7900 
(414)886-0977 
(708) 932-7122 
(816) 753-6232 



(316)684-1524 
(608) 339-9733 
(207) 743-2659 

(413)258-3369 
(815)436-3409 
(517)323-2357 
(602) 774-9236 

(419)893-6929 
(508)228-2713 
(213)585-1663 

(906) 474-6064 
(517)224-2636 



(414)542-7215 
(414)542-7215 

(616)949-6666 
(603)435-8211 
(207) 594-2071 
(617)293-7997 
(206)524-1827 
(419)531-1138 
(405)341-7477 



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PATTON, BOB 
PEIRCE, JESSE P. 
PENCE, BETSY 
PEPPER, MARGE 
PERETTO. RICK 
PERKINS, DAVID E. 
PERKINS, JOHN H. 
PETERMAN, JOHN E. 
PIAZZA, SANTO L. 
PIERCE, GARY W. 
PITTENGER, AURA-LEE 
POHLERS, MRS JAMES 
POLHEMUS JR, JOSEPH B. 
POMEINKE. JOANELL 
POOR STOW, RUTH 
POUNTAIN, LYNN 
PRICE, KAYE 
PRITCHARD, RALPH G. 
PRITCHARD, RICHARD E. 
PRUITT, ROBERT T. 
PRYOR, CLARABELLE J. 
RACOB, J. PAUL 
RAFUSE, WILLIAM 
RAINEY. HELEN 
RAMBO, TONY 
RAMSHAW, STEVEN 
RANSDELL, DWIGHT E. 
RAY.AGNFiA 
RAY, PAUL N. 
RAYMER, LAURENCE A. 
REAM, MURIEL 
REAM, NORMAN S. 
REIFF, SUE A. 
REILLY, HENRY B. 
RENNEBOHM, J. FRED 
REPSOLD, MRS NELSON 
RESCH, MIRIAM C. 
RICHARD. CLAYTON E. 
RICHARD, THOMAS M. 
RICHARDS, CHRIS 
RICHARDSON, CONNIE 
RICHARDSON, GLENN 
RICHARDSON, LONNIE 
RICHARDSON, MRS R 
RICKEL, MARIAN 
RIDDILE. HARRIET 
RIDDILE SR, JOHN S. 
RIEGEL, LYNN 
RIETHMILLER, PEGGY M. 
RINER, WILLIAM A. 
RISSEEUW, NANCY 
RISSER, DIANE 
RITTENHOUSE, PATRICIA 
RITTER, ARTHUR P. 
ROBARTS, MARK 



2175 CRAMER AVE, AKRON OH 44312-1250 
PO BOX 464, KENMORE WA 98028 
2107 BURR CT, SANTA CRUZ CA 95062 

1517 N SHORE DR, CLEAR LAKE lA 50428 
478 PALISADE AVE. BOGOTA NJ 07603 
724 CLAWSON ST. STATEN ISLAND NY 10306 
991 PILGRIM WAY. GREEN BAY W1 54304 
207 N HOBART RD. LOS ANGELES CA 90004 
6382 SW 83RD PL, OCALA FL 32676-6039 
1105 BRIARWOOD RD, MANSFIELD OH 44907 

402 WASHINGTON, TRAVERSE CITY Ml 49686 

910 ELMWOOD DR. SPENCER lA 51301 

25 CONCORD RD, LEBANON NJ 08833 

37 SCHENK ST, MADISON Wl 53714 

21 19 S 29TH AVE, SEATTLE WA 98144 

3140 LILLY RD #292, BROOKFIELD Wl 53005-7616 

PO BOX 369, RAPID RIVER Ml 49878 

6612 N DOLORES, FRESNO CA 93711 

523 HEINEMAN BLVD, MANSFIELD OH 44903 

550WTOWNVIEWCIR. MANSFIELD OH 44907 

283 W YARMOUTH RD, WEST YARMOUTH MA 02673 

283 W YARMOUTH PORT RD. WEST YARMOUTH MA 02673 (508) 776-1 01 2 



(330)798-9108 

(408) 475-7161 

(515)357-3235 

(718)351-8306 
(414)468-3156 
(213)663-2888 
(904) 854-1458 
(419)756-5526 



(712) 262-5935 
(908) 236-6129 
(608) 243-8293 
(206) 323-5671 
(414) 786-3659 



(209) 439-5263 
(419)524-4949 

(508) 775-1012 



PO BOX 1432, ESTES PARK CO 80517 
PO BOX 1432, ESTES PARK CO 80517 



1390 CRESCENT DR, ELM GROVE Wl 53122 

26067WALNUTVALLEY, ELKHART IN 46517 

PO BOX 126, NANTUCKET MA 02554-3605 
3046 FLORA LN, WAYNE Ml 48184 
RR 3, CLEAR LAKE lA 50428 

1511 CHURCH ST, WAUWATOSA Wl 53213 

30800 PIERCE. GARDEN CITY Ml 48135 

859 E RAVINE LN. MILWUAKEE Wl 53217 

859 E RAVINE LN, MILWAUKEE Wl 53217 

2910 N 20TH ST, TACOMA WA 98406-7004 

650 STATE ST PO BOX 39 , EATON RAPIDS Ml 48827 

108 W29TH ST, CHEYENNE WY 82001 

1543 JACKSON ST. BELOIT Wl 53511 

895 GREENFILED DR, MANSFIELD OH 44904-1848 

4155 MIDDLEBELTRD, WEST BLOOMFIELD Ml 48323 
56 CENTRAL ST, DEDHAM MA 02026 



(303) 586-8324 
(303) 586-8324 



(414) 786-8329 

(219)294-4781 

(508) 228-0450 
(313)725-7550 

(414)258-7375 

(313)421-3203 
(414)352-8130 
(414)352-8130 
(206) 756-9986 
(517)663-1491 
(307) 632-4521 
(608) 362-7491 
(419)756-1885 

(810)855-1619 



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ROBERTSON, DIANE S. 
ROBERTSON, MICHAEL S. 
ROGERS, JAMES D. 
ROSEN, BROOK ELLEN 
ROSKA, JUDITH 
ROSS, JEANETTE 
ROSS, THOMAS 
ROUNER JR, ARTHUR A. 
ROWE, GARD L. 
RUH, MERLE G. 
RUOPP, ELIZABETH 
RUSS (nee MELLING). TAMI 
RUSSELL, - OHN 
RUSSELL, PAUL 
RUSTIN, MARK E. 
RUTENBER, EDWIN A. 
RYGH, CHRISTOPHER 
RYON, WALTER F. 
SANDERS. JUDY 
SCANLAND, ROBERT H. 
SCHAFER, STEVEN B. 
SCHEPFLIN, ARLENE 
SCHIBSTED, JAMES A. 
SCHIMPF, DOTTIE 
SCHIMPF, KARL D. 
SCHLUETER, AMY 
SCHMELZER, CHARLES 
SCHMIDT, HERMAN B. 
SCHNECK. DOUGLAS 
SCHNELL, WILLIAM F. 
SCHOWALTER, DANIEL N. 
SCHROEDER, AARON 
SCHUTJER, CLIFFORD D. 
SCHUYLER , CATHERINE E. 
SCOTT. CLARENCE R. 
SCOTT, LOUISE 
SEVIER, FRED M. 
SHARPE, RUTHA 
SHELLEY. PATRICK 
SHELOSKE, SUSAN 
SHELTON, J. B. 
SHEPHERD. CYNTHIA L J. 
SHERMAN, .AMES W. 
SHIPMAN. HERBERT F. 
SHULTZ II, LESLIE R. 
SIEGEL, BILL 
SIMINO, MICHELLE 
SIMONS, BLAINE 
SIMPSON, JOANNE 
SMART, NANCY W. 
SMITH, ALLISON B. 
SMITH, BRADLEY 
SMITH, BRUCE 
SMITH, DAVID 
SMITH. ELLSON F. 



12 WHEELER RD, CHESTER NJ 07930 

PO BOX 1620, OAK CREEK WI 53154 

141 10 PRINCE PL. MINNETONKA MN 55345 

4285 DENVER ST. MONTCLAIR CA 91763 

600 N GAREY AVE. POMONA CA 91767 

6530 WHITAKER AVE, VAN NUYS CA 91406 

318 DAVIS RD, MANSFIELD OH 44903 

3300 EDINBOROUGH WAY SUITE 202A, MINNEAPOLIS MN 

547 FALCON AVE. STATEN ISLAND NY 10306 

# 1 DEL MONTE CT. ST HELENA CA 94574 
405 N 9TH ST. MARSHALLTOWN lA 50188 
14301 ORLEANS DR, LITTLE ROCK AR 72211 
5654 COLISEUM ST, LOS ANGELES CA 90016-5006 
307 N FOUNTAIN. WICHITA KS 67208 
1364WASHINGT0NAVE. PORTLAND ME 04103 

4919 S 31 ST ST. GREENFIELD WI 53221 

3920 POPLAR LN. CHINO HILLS CA 91709 

237 3RD ST. ENCINITAS CA 92024-3202 

14000 HENRY RUFF RD. LIVONIA Ml 48154 

479 CRESCENT RD, MANSFIELD OH 44907 

260 S JUTEWOOD. ANAHEIM CA 92808 

11227N BOBOLINK, MEQUON WI 53092 

11227NBOBOLINK.MEQUONWI 53092 

2004 GREENBRIAR DR. COLLINSVILLE IL 62234 

E2321 CASPER DR. SPOKANE WA 99223 

124 0AKHURSTRD BOX 9533. PITTSBURGH PA 15215 

815 WHISPERWOOD LN, AURORA OH 44202 
414 CRAMFORD DR. RACINE WI 53402 

640 MILLSBORO RD. MANSFIELD OH 44903 
112L0NGDR, HEMPSTEAD NY 11550-4717 

# 4 NEW ARK ST, ADAMS MA 01220 
328 INDIANHEAD ST. HANSON MA 02341 
10337 GARNETTE DT, SUN CITY AZ 85373 
2587 LAKEWOOD. DETROIT Ml 48215 

2001 E GRAND RIVER AVE. LANSING Ml 48912 
179MARRETTST APT 1 . WESTBROOK ME 04092 
1302 CHINQUAPIN GROVE RD, BLUFF CITY TN 37618 
5162 TUXEDO BLVD. MOUND MN 55364 
568 MAIN ST. SOMERS CT 06071 

201 ROBERTS DR. MUKWONAGO WI 53149-1129 

815N8TH AVE, MAYWOOD IL 60153 

907 N CLARENDON, KALAMAZOO Ml 49006-2147 

2691 FLAMINGO DR. SALT LAKE CITY UT 84117 

5 LYNCH ST, PEABODY MA 01960 

771 1 WHEELER ISLAND RD. THREE LAKES WI 54562 

PO BOX 194. PITTSFORD VT 05763 

200 S SANDSTONE RD. SPRING ARBOR Ml 49283 

18305 ST JAMES RD. BROOKFIELD WI 53045 

PO BOX 206. WARREN ME 04864 

1316 S BAY FRONT. BALBOA ISLAND CA 92662 



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Past and Present Association Board IViembers 



SMITH, JEAN 
SMITH, JENIEL E. 
SMITH. NATALIE 
SMITH, PAMELA 
SMITH. ROBERT V. 
SMITH. ROBINSON W. 
SMITH, RONALD W. 
SMITH. SUE 
SMITH, WIN 
SMOTHERS, GARY 
SNYDER. WILLIAM A. 
SOLBERG. JAMES E. 
SOMERVILLE, SANDY 
SOMMERS, LARRY 
SORENSON. MRS DON 
SOULEN. ROBERT W. 
SOUSLEY, JOAN 
SOUTHARD. PETER B. 
SPAHN, DAVID M. 
SPOOR, JEANE A. 
STANBERY, A. BAILEY 
STANNARD. GRANT A. 
STARK III, TED 
STAUFFER JR. MARCUS 
STEECE, ARVEL M. 
STERENBORG. R. 
STEVENS. ^ANCY 
STEWART. r-RISCILLA 
STIEG JR. ROBERT W. 
STIEGHORST. RICHARD 
STIFFLER. ELLEN 
STILES. LESLIE LOUISE 
STINSON. MRS JOHN F. 
STOKES. GORDON D. 
STONE. JERE G. 
STONER, DALE 
STROM. JOHN A 
STUMPF, JUNE 
STUMPF, SUSAN E. 
SUMMERS. DWAYNE 
SUMMERS. JULIET 
SUMMERS. ROBERT W. 
SUTTON, ROLAND L. 
SWANSON. DAVID 
SWANSON. HOWIE 
SWANSON, JOHN C. 
SWANSON. MARTHA 
SWANSON JR . NEIL H. 
SWARTZBAUGH, JANE 
SWINFORD, JAMES 
SWOPE, GREGGORY D. 
SYKES (nee MCCARTY), TERESA 
TALLENT. SAM 
TALLMAN, SUSAN 
TANNER. MARK 



406 ADELPHI. BROOKLYN NY 11238 

4812 NANILOA DR. SALT LAKE CITY UT 84117 

318 E ACACIA RD. FOX POINT Wl 53217 
318 E ACACIA RD. MILWAUKEE Wl 53217 

360 LARCHLEA, BIRMINGHAM Ml 48009 
1 1 55 LOMA VISTA, POMONA CA 91 766 
329 RIO DEL MAR BLVD. APTOS CA 95003 
28 LINFIELD ST, HOLBROOK MA 02343 
PO BOX 15064, READING PA 19612-5064 



438 HILLTOP DR. MADISON Wl 5371 1 

R 3 BOX 325. WAUTOMA Wl 54982 

535 WOODHILL RD, MANSFIELD OH 44907 

2908 SHELTON AVE, YAKIMA WA 98902 

3051 REED AVE. LAUREL lA 50141-9526 

1505 GARFIELDAVE, SOUTH PASADENA CA 91030 

625WOAKDALE. FORT WAYNE IN 46807-1809 

5664 FIRETHORNE DR, TOLEDO OH 43615^709 

PO BOX 4064. WICHITA KS 67204 

5728 MELODY LN, EDINA MN 55436 

49 DRAGON HILL RD. SHELBURNE MA 01370-9561 



EAST RD. ADAMS MA 01220 

14980 POMONA RD. BROOKFIELD Wl 53005 
34 FREDERICK ST. LEXINGTON OH 44904 



3010 S 15TH AVE . MINNEAPOLIS MN 55407-1734 

BOX 654. CHADRON NE 69337 

4235 437TH ST BOX 69. HARRIS MN 55032 

4607 N 7TH ST. FRESNO CA 93726 

1 1 16 W DAYTON. FRESNO CA 93705 

2702 WILLOW RD. NORTHBROOK IL 60062 
2700 WILLOW RD. NORTHBROOK IL 60062 
PO BOX 728, NORWAY ME 04268 
7235 W WELLS ST, WAUWATOSA Wl 53213 

98 KEMPER ST, WOLLASTON MA 02170-2909 

98 KEMPER ST. WOLLASTON MA 02170-2909 

824 W PITCHER . NEVADA MO 64772 

4334 FORESTVIEW DR, TOLEDO OH 43615 

417ANICELN, EULESS TX 76039 

7887 CLEVELAND ST, RAPID RIVER Ml 49878 

PO BOX 6, SARANAC Ml 48881 

PO BOX 500, LYONS CO 80540 

1916 VAN DEUREN ST. GREEN BAY Wl 54302 

76 COURT ST, SKOWHEGAN ME 04976-1840 



(801)278-0165 

(414)351-2579 
(414)351-2579 

(810)642-0689 

(408) 688-8537 
(617)767-0992 
(610)208-0602 



(608) 238-7731 
(419)756-3282 



(818)441-8060 
(219)423-9424 

(316)744-0436 
(612) 922-7503 

(413)625-6151 



(413)743-1582 

(414) 784-8631 
(419)884-2737 



(612)724-0804 

(612)674-4987 
(209)227-5181 
(209) 229-5505 

(708)272-1551 
(847)272-1551 
(207) 743-8824 
(414) 774-4755 

(617)773-8706 
(617)773-8706 
(417)667-4703 
(419)536-3807 
(817)545-0330 
(906) 474-6901 
(616)642-6435 
(303) 823-6981 



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TAYLOR. KAY 
TAYLOR, MARJORIE LEE. 
TAYLOR, MRS LEROY 
TEMBY, MABEL K. 
TERBUSH IV, JAY M. 
THATCHER, LISA 
THOLE, KATHY 
THOMPSON, LENA 
THOMPSON, ROBERT 
THORNTON, ROBERT M. 
TINGBLAD, MARGE 
TODD. LORENZO S. 
TODD, RIC-ARD 
TOLLEY. HOWARD 
TOLNAI, WAYNE M. 
TOMAN, JANET 
TRUMP JR, WILLIAM S. 
TUCKER, STEPHEN W. 
TURNER JR, SIGRID 
TUTTLE, DAVID 
TUTTLE, HOWARD C. 
TYSON, LEE 

UBBELOHDE, KENNETH H. 
UFFELMAN, TINA 
UHLIG, DORIS 
VAIL, ALFREDA 
VAN DYKE, RANDY 
VAN GALDER, GENE 
VAN TASSEL, WENDY 
VAN TASSELL, THOMAS H. 
VANDYKE, JUDY 
VANEK. NOEL D. 
VAUGHT, ROBERT H. 
VELLINGA. JEANNE 
VENABLE, GIOVAN H. 
VERNON, ELEANOR R. 
VERNON , WALTER J. 
VINK, BEVERLY A. 
VIRTA. DENNIS 
VOISIN, ARTHUR 
VORNHOLT, ROBERT 
VOS. BETTV 
WAGNER, ..'..IS RUBE E. 
WAKEFIELD, DEBORAH 
WALBRIDGE, MARJORIE T. 
WALDEN, ROBERT E. 
WALDRON, MRS RUSSEL 
WALDRON, RUSSEL 
WALKER, J. LYNWOOD 
WALKER, WALTER D. 
WALL, SHIRLEY 
WALLACH, ARTHUR E. 
WALSH. JAMES H. 
WALTERS. WINNIFRED 
WALTON. CINDA LOU 



8839 GREENVALE RD. BAYSIDE WI 53217 
1400 NW00DLAWN#7F. WICHITA KS 67208 



208 VLIET. KEWAUNEE WI 54216 

29 KING RD. WEST HARTFORD CT 06107 



120 LAWRENCE, DETROIT Ml 48202 



4547 BROOKSIDE WAY, LAS VEGAS NV 89119 
6208 PONDEROSA WAY, MAGALIA CA 96954-9452 
144WHITTUM AVE, SPRINGFIELD MA 01118 
487 TAMIAMI TRL, AKRON OH 44303 
7519CORBETT DR, CANTON Ml 48187 

141 15 MAGNOLIA BLVD. SHERMAN OAKS CA 91423 
1791 JEFFERSON RD. OTSEGO Ml 49078 
4921 76TH ST. KENOSHA WI 53140 

6716 SPRUCE DR. BIRMINGHAM Ml 48010 

307 N SHORE DR. CLEAR LAKE lA 50428-1662 

2361 DEW LN. GREEN BAY WI 54313 

1342 ESTATE CT. WICHITA KS 67208 

1655 S GEORGETOWN ST #206. WICHITA KS 67218-4122 

419E19TH BOX 555. SPENCER lA 51301 

657 BLUFF ST. BELOIT WI 53511 

3523SNOWGLEN LN, LANSING Ml 48917 

3523SNOWGLEN LN. LANSING Ml 48917 

419 E 19TH ST. SPENCER lA 51301 

36 ASCAN AVE. FOREST HILLS NY 1 1 375 

5709 N HURRICANE RD. WHITELAND IN 46184 

407 W RIVERSIDE AVE. KELLOGG ID 83837-2148 

419 N LARCHMONT BLVD #229. LOS ANGELES CA 90004 

711 GRAFTON PL. ANAHEIM CA 92805 

711 GRAFTON PL. ANAHEIM CA 92805 

8902 E FUNSTON, WICHITA KS 67207 

7912 FIELDING LN, GREENDALE WI 53129 

28868 RALEIGH RD, FARMINGTON Ml 48336 

W1703 ROBACH, COCHRANE WI 54622-9427 

2865 E CANYON VIEW DR, SALT LAKE CITY UT 84108 

921 E GLENBROOKRD, MILWAUKEE WI 53217 

8343 KENYON AVE, WAUWATOSA WI 53226 

POBOX652. ROSCOMMON Ml 48653 

1931 MT VERNON AVE. TOLEDO OH 43607 



243 S HIGHLAND AVE. LOS ANGELES CA 90036-3026 
4301 BROOK AVE, MINNEAPOLIS MN 55424 

379 NOB HILL DR. AKRON OH 44303 
1085 LOWER RIDGEWAY, ELM GOVE WI 53122 
4504 S MAGNOLIA ST, SPOKANE WA 99223-6440 
4815 2NDST, PITTSFORD Ml 49271 



(414)257-3099 
(316)688-0098 

(414) 388-3081 
(517)561-2874 



(313) 868-3005 



(916) 873-2783 

(216)867-1469 
(313)455-0124 

(818)789-7124 
(616)694-6085 
(414)694-1343 

(810)626-5711 

(515)357-3026 
(414) 499-9844 
(316)683-1596 
(316)682-1180 
(712)262-9190 
(608) 676-4685 
(517)323-4183 
(517)323-4183 
(712)262-9190 
(718)793-0931 
(317)535-8606 

(213)368-4658 
(714)533-3522 
(714)533-3522 
(316)686-8782 
(414)423-6788 
(810)477-7039 
(608) 248-2491 
(801)484-1269 
(414) 352-8371 
(414)476-8343 
(517)275-8138 
(419)531-4833 



(213)932-6462 



(330)836-4815 
(414) 786-7832 
(509)448-2143 
(517)523-2313 



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WALZ. DEBORAH 

WARE. MRS L LEROY 

WARMOUTH. ROBERT E. 

WARREN-BROOKS. BETH 

WASSENBERG. JUNE 

WATCH. THOMAS 

WEEKLEY, GEORGE C. 

WELCKLE, STEVE 

WERWATH, CATHY 

WEST. KATHY 

WESTHAUER. MONA LEE 

WESTON. THOMAS 

WHIPPLE, CHARLES M. 

WHITE. G. PATRICK 

WHITE. JONATHAN 

WHITE. KAREN PURINGTON 

WHITE. MILTON E. 

WHITE. SYLVIA S. 

WHITFORD. CATHERINE M. 

WHITNEY, THOMAS 

WICHMAN. GARY 

WICKSTROM, MARK 

WILDER. WALTER L. 

WILLARD (nee CAMPBELL), KATHY 

WILLETS. ROBERT T. 

WILLETTS. LOUISE 

WILLIAMS. CARRIE 

WILLIAMS. u>ONNA 

WILLIAMS. DORIS 

WILLIAMS. MARK L. 

WILLIAMS. THOMAS W. 

WILLIAMSON, CYNDI 

WILLIAMSON, DONALD K. 

WILLS. TED C. 

WILMOT. LOUISE J. 

WILSON. MIKE 

WINDFELDER. DONALD H. 

WININGER. LINDA 

WINNING, BERTHA 

WINNING, DALE 

WINNING, JAMES L 

WINTER, EDITH 

WITZEL. THOMAS F. 

WOODMAN. VIRGINIA 

WOODMAN. WESLEY G. 

WOODS. DELMAR S. 

WOODS. KRISTIN 

WOODWARD. RICHARD H. 

WOOLSEY. MARY 

WOZENCRAFT, SHARON 

WRIGHT. BARBARA A. 

WUELLNER. ROBERT L. 

WULFF. BECKY 

WYATT. DAVID D. 

YORK. WALTER E. 



2904 DILL ST. BURLINGTON lA 52601 

8084 W STATE PO BOX 304. CENTRAL LAKE Ml 49622 
1734 YORBA DR. POMONA CA 91768 
48 N PINEY RD POBOX 430. BIG PINEY WY 831 13 
1926 VINSETTA. ROYAL OAK Ml 48073 

4039 PLEASANT AVE. MINNEAPOLIS MN 55409 
658 N 77TH ST. WAUWATOSA Wl 53213 
57 S LAKESIDE DR. PISCATAWAY NJ 08854 
240 N ALABAMA ST, SAN GABRIEL CA 91775 
PO BOX 1. MIDDLEBORO MA 02346 
327 SUNDANCE LN. EDMOND OK 73034 
536 HUBBARD ST, ALLEGAN Ml 49010-1248 
1045 KENESAW SE, EAST GRAND RAPIDS Ml 49506 

16621 LAKE FOREST DR, SUN CITY AZ 85351-1352 
120 PROSPECT HILL ST. TAUNTON MA 02780 
403 HUBERT ST # 3, GREENFIELD PK QC J4V 1R9 

103 S CENTER. EATON RAPIDS Ml 48827 
1975 JOHNSON DR, STILLWATER MN 55082 
4905 PAYTON CT, EDINA MN 55435 
400 ASYLUM ST. NORWICH CT 06360-2650 

311 E SIMMONS #501. GALESBURG IL 61401 
1700 GEORGE BELL CIR. ANCHORAGE AK 99515 
2843 WSHERWIN. CHICAGO IL 60645 
419 S REDWOOD DR. ANAHEIM CA 92806 
2780 S CANAL ST. NEWTON FALLS OH 44444 
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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF 



CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 



Articles of Association 

Bylaws of Association 

Articles of Incorporation 

Bylaws of Corporation 

August, 1996 



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ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION 

of the 

National Association of Congregational Christian Churches 

of the United States 

Preamble 

WHEREAS Churches of the congregational order have historically held 
to certain truths, chief among which are the freedom of the Christian man 
maintained at all costs and all hazards; the right of the local Church to self- 
government in all matters temporal and spiritual, because of Christ's word that 
where two or three are gathered together in His name He is in their midst; the 
fellowship of Churches in the spirit of love, without compulsion or restraint and 
free from the bondage of creed or ecclesiastical control, and, 

WHEREAS the congregational way is one of the great outer and 
corporate expressions of the inner and individual life, and, 

WHEREAS the needs of our time demand that these timeless principles 
be revived and given national, as well as local, expression, and, 

WHEREAS the advance in transportation and communication is such 
that Churches a continent apart are now as near together as the contiguous 
Churches of yesterday, and, 

WHEREAS it is desirable that Congregational Christian Churches have 
an organization embracing the entire nation, of which the members shall be 
Churches, and through which they may take counsel and may realize their 
common purposes, and advance God's Kingdom; 

WHEREAS Churches by delegates assembled in Detroit, Michigan, on 
November 9 and 10, 1955, first organized and elected temporary officers of the 
National Association of Congregational Christian Churches; 

THEREFORE WE, the Churches by our delegates here assembled in 
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin this 25th day of October, 1956, do covenant in this 
National Association of Congregational Christian Churches to walk together in 
the ways which God anciently revealed to our fathers, and in such further ways 
as He may yet reveal to us, the present form and purposes being hereinafter 
stated. Amen. 

This Preamble was written before the present concern for inclusive language. 
Because it is an historic document its wording has been left unchanged. 



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ARTICLE I. NAME 

The name of this Association shall be the National Association of 
Congregational Christian Churches of the United States, hereinafter called the 
Association. 

ARTICLE II. PURPOSE 

The purposes of the Association shall be: 

To provide a means by which Congregational Christian Churches of this 
nation may, without in any wise disturbing or altering their present associations 
and affiliations, consult and advise together as Churches upon matters of 
common concern to them, both temporal and spiritual; 

To provide this closer fellowship and unity in all spiritual matters among 
Congregational Christian Churches; 

To aid, In such ways as may from time to time be appropriate and 
proper, the continuance and growth of those Christian purposes and practices 
which have been the historic and accepted characteristics of Congregational 
Christian Churches. 

In case of necessity to do and perform any and all functions ordinarily 
and customarily performed by Congregational Christian associations. 

To promote, carry on and supervise such co-operative activities among 
member Churches as to them from time to time may seem wise and expedient. 

Upon application therefore by member Churches, to provide for them 
such assistance, whether financial or through advice and consultation or 
otherwise, as may be proper and expedient. 

ARTICLE III. MEMBERSHIP 

1. Member Churches. Membership in the Association shall be by Churches, 
which membership shall not be considered inconsistent with membership in any 
other Congregational Christian Association or conference. In ail matters 
submitted to the Association for consideration, each active member Church shall 
have one vote. 

(a) For the purpose of this Article a Congregational Christian Church shall 

be defined as a body of Christians complete under God in spiritual authority and 
ecclesiastical power, regularly meeting and worshipping in one place, united by 
a mutually owned covenant, in fellowship with sister Congregational Christian 
Churches and recognized by the laws of the place of location as a duly 
constituted Church. 



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(b) A Congregational Christian Church may request 
membership in the Association by congregational action taken at any duly called 
and held meeting of such Church, which congregational action shall then be 
certified to the Secretary of the Association by the Church clerk or proper Church 
offlcial. Upon verification, through the submission of its Constitution and Bylaws, 
that the Church applying is operating as a Congregational Church, and 
affirmative vote by the delegates in Annual Meeting, such Church shall become 
a member. 

(c) There shall be two classes of member Churches: active and 
inactive. 

(d) Membership may be withdrawn by any member church at any 
time by like action and certification, without impairment of any of its temporal or 
spiritual rights as a Congregational Christian Church. 

(e) A Member church may be dropped from the rolls of the 
Association upon receipt of satisfactory evidence the church has disbanded. 
Such action shall be reported to the Association apart from the minutes of the 
Executive Committee at the Annual Meeting prior to the action being taken. 

2. Associate Member Churches. Any Christian Church, in sympathy with 
the purposes and goals of this Association, and in accordance with the 
procedure of ARTICLE III. Section 1, above, may request an associate 
membership in the Association, without vote, but with representation on the floor 
at meetings. 

3. Affiliated Fellowship. Fellowships of Churches in sympathy with the 
purposes and goals of this Association may request a mutually agreeable 
affiliation, without vote, but with voice, whether or not any or all of their individual 
member Churches are members of this Association. Such affiliation shall be in 
the spirit of fellowship and shall never be the basis for the exercise of 
ecclesiastical control by this Association or by the affiliate. 



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ARTICLE IV. OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 

1. Officers. The officers of the Association shall be as follows: Moderator, 
Moderator-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, and Historian, and such other officers as 
may be named In the Bylaws. Each must be a member of a member Church. 

(a) The Moderator shall serve for a term of one year and shall 
preside at all meetings of the Association. Men or women, either clergy or lay, 
shall be eligible to serve as Moderator. 

(b) The Moderator-Eiect shall be elected for a term of two years. 
The first year of that term, the Moderator-Elect shall serve as Moderator-Elect. 
The second year of the term, the Moderator-Elect shall succeed to the office of 
Moderator. In case of a vacancy in the office of Moderator, the Moderator-Elect 
shall immediately succeed to the office of Moderator. 

(c) The Secretary shall be elected for a term of one year and 
shall keep a full and accurate record of the proceedings of the Association and 
of the Executive Committee. The Secretary shall keep a record of the 
membership and attendance and receive official communications, send notices 
and correspondence as directed by the Association or the Executive Committee. 

(d) The Treasurer shall be elected for a term of one year and 
shall be the custodian of the funds of this Association. The Treasurer shall 
receive all contributions and disburse funds under the direction of the Executive 
Committee. Reports shall be submitted to the Executive Committee upon 
request and to the Association at each annual meeting. The Executive 
Committee shall require a sufficient bond to be posted by the Treasurer, and 
shall require that his books be annually audited. 



(e) The Historian shall be elected for a term of one year. The 
Historian shall keep a written chronology of important historical events and 
accomplishments of the Association. Further, the Historian shall gather and 
preserve the materials of the archives. 

(f) The officers shall be elected at each Annual Meeting. 



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2. The Executive Committee. 

(a) There shall be an Executive Committee consisting of twelve 
members who shall be elected for a term of four years. Their terms of office 
shall be staggered from the time of the adoption of these Articles so that finally 
three shall be elected annually. 

(1) The Executive Committee shall be elected from the 
membership of member Churches of the Association. It shall elect its own 
chairman. 

(2) No person may serve a total of more than eight years 
on the Executive Committee. After the completion of a full four year term, no 
person may be re-elected without having been off the Executive Committee for 
at least one year. 

(b) The Executive Committee shall meet on call of its chairman, or 
the secretary of the Association. 

(c) The Executive Committee shall act for the Association 
between its meeting, but the Committee's action shall be subject to ratification 
and review by the Association. Minutes of the action of the Committee shall be 
kept and presented to the Association for ratification and review at the next 
regular meeting. 

(d) The Executive Committee may appoint an Executive Secretary 
for the Association, whose term of office, remuneration, and duties shall be as 
agreed upon at the time of appointment; such appointment and agreements shall 
be subject to relevant provisions of the Bylaws and subject to the approval of the 
next regular meeting of the Association. The Executive Secretary may serve up 
to ten (10) years, and shall not be eligible for reappointment. 

3. Committees and Commissions. 

(a) There shall be such commissions created by the National 
Ass; elation as are necessary for carrying out the purposes and activities of the 
National Association as stated in ARTICLE II. 

(b) Members of other committees and commissions, and other 
officers shall be chosen either by the Association or by the Executive Committee 
acting ad interim. 

4. No officer or appointee of the Association shall, by virtue of such office have 
any ecclesiastical authority or standing. 



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ARTICLE V. MEETINGS 

Regular meetings of this Association shall be held annually, the exact 
time and place to be fixed by the Executive Committee unless othen^/ise ordered 
by the Association. Announcement of such meetings shall be made at least 
three months in advance. 

Special meetings may be convened upon the call of the Executive 
Committee or when twenty or more member Churches have so requested; such 
meetings shall consider only that business stated in the call for the meeting, 
which call shall be made not less than thirty days prior to such meeting. 

A quorum shall consist of the delegates present representing 20 
percent of the Churches holding active membership in the Association, except as 
provided in ARTICLE IX hereafter. 

ARTICLE VI. CORPORATION 

There shall be a corporation for this Association, the purpose of which 
shall be to provide ways and means for the continuation, fostering, and 
advancement of the historic and accepted practices of Congregational Christian 
Churches, as these practices are stated and defined in the Articles of 
Association and Bylaws of this Association. 

ARTICLE VII. BYLAWS 

The Association may from time to time make, alter, amend or repeal 
Bylaws, consistent with, and to carry out but not augment, the purposes and 
functions set forth herein. 

Bylaws may be adopted, altered, amended or repealed upon a two- 
thirds vote of the members present and voting, but no Bylaw may be altered, 
amended, or repealed on the same day the change is first proposed. 



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ARTICLE VIII. REFERENDUM COUNCIL 

Since ecclesiastical power under God rests solely with the local 
Churches, the member Churches of this Association have, and shall retain 
among their other rights and powers, the right and power to review and modify 
any proposal or action by any agency or creature of the member Churches of the 
National Association when such proposal or action is deemed by the Churches 
to be in violation of the principles set forth in these Articles. The Churches also 
have, and shall retain among their other rights and powers, the right and power 
to ir'tiate action which they deem wise and proper. 

Such right and power to review, modify, or initiate may be exercised by 
means of a Referendum Council, which may be called by i^ot less then ten 
percent of the member Churches. 

The manner of calling and constituting a Referendum Council, the 
functioning of such a Referendum Council, and the method of voting on a 
question referred to the Churches by a Referendum Council, shall be governed 
by the relevant provisions of the Bylaws of this Association. 



ARTICLE IX. AMENDMENT 

At any duly called and held meeting of the Association, a quorum being 
present, these Articles of Association may be amended by a two-thirds vote of 
the member Churches represented at such meeting through their delegates. (1) 
notice of such proposed amendment or amendments having been given at a 
previous meeting, or (2) the proposed amendment or amendments having been 
requested by twenty or more member Churches. In either case, the full text of 
the proposed amendment or amendments shall be printed and distributed with 
the call to the meeting at which they are to be considered. 



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BYLAWS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

I. MEETINGS 

1 . Regular meetings shall be held annually at times and places fixed by 
the Executive Committee, which shall Issue a call of the meeting signed by its 
Chairman, as provided by the Articles of Association. 

2. Special meetings shall be called and held as proposed in Article V of 
the Articles of Association. 

II. MEMBERSHIP AND VOTING 

1. Each Church which is an active member of the Association as 
provided in the Articles of Association, may be represented at meetings of the 
Association by a delegate chosen in such manner as each Church may for itself 
determine. Such delegate shall, nevertheless, be certified to the meeting by the 
proper officer of the Church represented. A person may represent more than 
one Church but not more than a total of three Churches as an Official Delegate, 
except that any minister of a yoked parish may represent all those Churches 
which the minister serves. 

2. An active member Church is one which (a) sends a delegate to the 
Annual Meeting, or (b) makes a yearly statistical report for the Yearbook, or (c) 
makes a yearly financial contribution to the work of the Association. A Church 
which does not send a delegate, or make yearly statistical report, or a yearly 
financial contribution, is an inactive member Church. A Church which for two 
consecutive years, beginning at the close of the 1986 Annual Meeting, fails to 
send a delegate, make a report, or a contribution, shall be notified by the 
Executive Secretary of the Association that it has been placed on the list of 
inactive member Churches. An Inactive Church shall be automatically restored 
to active status by doing any or all of the actions stated above. 

3. Any member Church may designate one or more alternate delegates. 
In addition to the Official Delegate, such shall be certified in the same manner as 
the official delegate. Alternate Delegates may attend and take part in any 
business, but shall not be permitted to vote, except that one delegate may vote 
for the Church in the absence of the official delegate. 

4. Any person whose Church is a member of the Association may 
attend any meeting as a visitor, without vote, to whom the Moderator may grant 
the privilege of the floor. 

5. Any person whose Church Is not a member of the Association who 
signifies interest in and sympathy with the purposes of this Association may 
attend any meeting as an Observer, without vote, to whom the Moderator may 
gra: <1 the privilege of the floor. 



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6. In all matters which come before the Association or a meeting thereof 
for action, each active member Church shall be entitled to one vote. All Official 
Delegates shall have equal privileges of debate and in making motions or 
othenvise bringing matters before a meeting. 

III. OFFICERS 

1. Moderator. The Moderator shall preside at the meetings of the 
Association and may deliver an address at the opening thereof. It is understood 
tha* the Moderator's acts and utterances have no authority from or upon the 
Association, except as specifically authorized by the Association or Executive 
Committee. 

2. Moderator-Elect. The Moderator-Elect shall be elected at the Annual 
Meeting of the Association by the members of the Association. The Moderator- 
Elect shall take offlce upon adjournment of the Meeting when elected, and shall 
serve for one year as Moderator-Elect and the following one year as Moderator. 
In the absence of the Moderator or at the Moderator's request, the Moderator- 
Elect shall preside at meetings of the Association. 

3. Secretary. The Secretary shall be elected by the members of the 
Association. The Secretary shall be custodian of the current records of the 
Association; shall keep full and accurate records of the proceedings of the 
Association and of its Executive Committee; and shall keep the membership roll 
of the Association. It shall be the Secretary's duty to see that due notice of 
meetings of the Association and of the Executive Committee are given and that 
due notice is given of the action taken by these bodies whenever such notice is 
necessary or appropriate or is directed to be given. 

The Association or the Executive Committee may appoint one or more 
Assistant Secretaries to assist the Secretary in the performance of duties 
required, and the Secretary may, with the consent of the Executive Committee, 
delegate to the Executive Secretary, the performance of such required functions 
as the Secretary may desire. 

4. Executive Secretary and other Executive Staff Persons. The 

Executive Secretary and other Executive Staff Persons shall perform such duties 
and functions as may be included in the terms of appointment or as may from 
time to time be requested by the Association or the Executive Committee. 

5. Treasurer. There shall be a Treasurer elected annually, whose 
duties shall be as provided in the Article IV of the Articles of Association. The 
Association or the Executive Committee may appoint an Assistant Treasurer to 
assist the Treasurer. 

6. Historian. The Historian shall be elected for a period of one year by 
the Association at its Annual Meeting. The duties shall be as described in Article 
IV of the Articles of Association. 

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7. The terms of office for the Secretary, Treasurer, and any other 
officers not otherwise provided for shall begin at the close of the Annual Meeting 
at which they were elected and shall continue for one year or until their 
successors take office. 

IV. COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS 

1. The Executive Committee. The Executive Committee shall be 
composed of the twelve members as provided in Article IV of the Articles of 
Association, who shall be the only voting members, and in addition, ex officio 
without vote, the Moderator, Moderator-Elect, Immediate Past Moderator, and 
Secretary of the Association. The Executive Committee may make rules for its 
own guidance not inconsistent with the Articles of Association and these Bylaws. 
Due notice having been given to all members, seven shall constitute a quorum. 

The Executive Committee shall be the Association ad interim and shall 
transact such business as the Association shall from time to time direct. It shall 
not contravene or exceed the authorizations, implied, inferred or explicit, in the 
acts and votes of the Association itself. In the Intervals between meetings of the 
Association it shall represent that body In all matters not othen^/ise provided for 
but shall in no case exceed the prerogative of the Association Itself. 

(a) The Executive Committee shall have authority to contract for 
all necessary expenditures for carrying out policies authorized under the Articles 
of Association or authorized by the Association, and to approve claims therefore; 
shall consult the interest of the Association and act for it in intervals between 
meetings in all matters of business and finance, subject to the direction of the 
Association; and shall make a full report of all its doings, the consideration of 
which shall be part of the order of business at the next regular meeting. It shall 
provide a suitable form of voucher for expenditures of the Association and shall 
secure a proper auditing of its accounts. 

(b) The Executive Committee may submit to the Association for 
consideration any recommendations that it may deem useful for the development 
of the life and work of the Churches. 

(c) It may fill any vacancy occurring in its own number or in any 
committee or office in the intervals between meetings of the Association, the 
person so appointed to serve until the next regular meeting of the Association. 

(d) It shall appoint any committee or commission ordered by the 
Association, but not otherwise appointed. 

(e) It shall suggest to meetings of the Association proposed and 
appropriate agenda and make preliminary provision for carrying the same into 
effect; but any such agenda may be modified and amended by the meeting and 
the r'iscussions and actions of the meeting shall not in any manner be limited by 
such suggested agenda, nor by the Executive Committee whether acting^ as a 
business committee or othenvise. 

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(f) The Executive Committee shall serve as the business 
committee for the meetings of the Association. It may appoint other special 
committees to deal with phases of work not covered by other agencies as the 
need arises. 

(g) The Executive Committee shall determine when a necessity 
exists as contemplated by Article II of the Articles of Association. 

(h) The Executive Committee may take official action on any subject 
matter within its area of concern by a mail ballot and the motion or resolution so 
sta'.d shall be submitted with adequate explanatory information to all members 
of the Executive Committee. The Secretary of the Association at the request of 
the Chairman of the Executive Committee shall mail out to each member of the 
Executive Committee a ballot stating the proposition or propositions as 
proposed, and each member of the Executive Committee shall promptly return 
the ballot with each proposition marked "Yes" or "No", dated and signed. An 
affirmative vote shall consist of a two-thirds vote "Yes" by the members of the full 
Executive Committee, and a vote shall be counted when all ballots have been 
returned or thirty days after the Secretary of the Association mailed said ballots, 
whichever is first. 

This procedure shall not be used in lieu of meetings, but may be used between 
meetings. 

(i) The Executive Committee may take official action on any 

subject matter within its area of concern by a telephone conference, subject to 
the following procedures being adhered to: 

(1) The Executive Committee Chairman, or any three 
members of the Executive Committee acting jointly, may request a telephone 
conference: 

(2) Prior to such a conference, the proposer(s) shall 
provide to each member of the Executive Committee a written agenda, noting 
the time of the conference and listing the specific items to be discussed, with 
explanatory information relating to the subject. matter attached, and no other 
matters may be discussed: 

(3) Any action taken shall be by a two-thirds (2/3rds) 
"yes" vote of the whole Committee; 

(4) At the time of the conference the Executive 
Committee Chairman shall designate one of the participants to record minutes of 
the actions taken during the conference, to be included in the minutes of the next 
Executive Committee meeting. 

(j) The Executive Committee shall prepare the proposed annual 

budget and present it to the Association for approval and adoption at the Annual 
Meetings. 

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(k) The Executive Committee shall have an Interim Committee 

composed of the Chairman of the Executive Committee, as chairman and four 
other voting members of the Executive Committee and the Secretary ex officio 
without vote elected by the Executive Committee at its organizational meeting at 
the time of the Annual Meeting to serve for the following year. 

(1) The Interim Committee shall meet upon call of its 
chairman or upon direction of the Executive Committee. For all such meetings 
the full Executive Committee shall at the same time be notified as to purpose, 
place and time of the meeting. 

(2) The Interim Committee may initiate business and 
recommend to and by the Executive Committee, but no action shall be 
considered as effective until approved by the full Executive Committee either by 
mail ballot or at a regularly called and held meeting of the Executive Committee. 

(I) The Executive Committee, before acting as Directors of the 

Corporation for the National Association on the Appointment of members of the 
Divisions of the Corporation, shall present to the National Association, prior to 
the Annual Meeting, the names of those being considered for such appointment, 
and shall give opportunity to those present at the Annual Meeting to discuss 
such nominations and to make alternate suggestions for such appointments at 
an open session of the Executive Committee. 

(m) The Executive Committee shall elect and qualify the members 
of the Board of Directors of the Corporation for the National Association of 
Congregational Christian Churches of the United States. 

2. Committee on Credentials. A Committee on Credentials shall 
consist of three members, one of whom shall be elected at each regular meeting, 
to serve from the adjournment of the meeting at which they are elected for a 
period of three years. No member shall serve more than three years In 
succession. The Committee shall certify the existence of a quorum and shall 
prepare a final report to be presented before the conclusion of the Annual 
Meeting showing the roll of member Churches of the Association represented at 
the meeting with the names of their Official Delegates and Alternate Delegates (if 
any) as determined by the presentation of credentials from the electing 
Churches. This roll shall be made available to all delegates by posting or 
duplicating or both. 



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3. Nominating Committee; Nominations and Elections. 

(a) A Nominating Committee shall consist of six members, three of 
whom shall be elected at each regular meeting after nominations from the floor, 
to serve from the adjournment of the meeting at which they are elected until the 
adjournment of the second Annual Meeting following the meeting at which they 
are elected, to present a complete slate of officers and the required number of 
persons for a full Executive Committee and Credentials Committee to be voted 
upon at each Annual Meeting during which they shall serve. Members of the 
Nominating Committee shall be members of member Churches. 

(b) The Committee's nominations shall be transmitted to the 
As? ociation Secretary who shall transmit such list of nominees to all member 
Churches at least thirty days prior to such regular meeting. In addition to any 
nominations so made, in every case nominations for any elective office may be 
made from the floor of the meeting. 

The Moderator shall in every instance call for such 
nominations from the floor. In cases where there is no contest the nominees 
may be elected by voice vote. If there is a contest, the vote shall be by written 
ballot the following day. 

(c) Nominations for members of the Nominating Committee shall 
be complete on the day preceding the vote upon their election which shall be by 
written ballot, except that in case there are only the required number of 
nominees they may be elected by a voice vote on the day of nomination. A 
plurality shall be considered sufficient to elect. 

(d) Any person accepting nomination and election to the 
Association Nominating Committee, shall, by that acceptance, be ineligible, while 
serving on the Committee, for nomination to any Association office for which the 
Committee makes nominations. 

Any person serving on any other Committee, Commission or 
Division of the Association shall be ineligible for nomination and election to 
concurrent sen/ice on the Association Nominating Committee. 



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4. Committee on Resolutions. At each Annual Meeting, a Resolutions 
Committee consisting of three persons present from the member Churches shall 
be elected from the floor to serve until the close of that Annual Meeting. A 
plurality shall be considered sufficient to elect. 

A. Resolutions Procedure. 

1 . The Resolutions Committee may initiate and propose resolutions only 
in reference to expressions of appreciation for hospitality and for appreciation of 
service to the National Association. 

2. All other resolutions, except those matters which are properly 
considered as proposals for action made by the duly constituted boards, 
commissions, and committees of the National Association, shall be proposed as 
follows: 

(a) Only a member church can offer a resolution, and must certify 
by the Clerk or Secretary of the Church that such resolution was duly approved 
congregational action of said Church. 

(b) Such proposed resolution must be germane to the purposes of 
the National Association as expressed in Article II, Purpose, of the Articles of 
Association of the Association. 

(c) A copy of such proposed resolution must have been sent to 
the office of the Executive Secretary at least sixty days prior to the convening 
dat": of the Annual Meeting. 

(d) No less than forty-five days prior to the convening date of the 
Annual Meeting, the Executive Secretary shall mail to each member Church a 
copy of all resolutions proposed under 2(a) above, showing the name of the 
proponent member, In order that each memlDer Church will have the opportunity 
to take congregational action on such proposed resolution so that its delegate 
may be informed as to what position the member Church wants to take on the 
same. Copies shall also be given to the elected Resolutions Committee. 

(e) All resolutions so proposed shall be considered by the 
Resolutions Committee, and the Resolutions Committee shall report to the 
Annual Meeting Its recommendations, favorable or unfavorable, on each 
proposed resolution. In the event that the Resolutions Committee reports 
unfavorably as to any proposed resolution, such resolution can then be brought 
before the Annual Meeting for action only by the delegate, or official alternate, of 
the member Church proposing such resolution. 

(f) Any resolution that is adopted shall in no sense bind the 
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5. A Commission. A commission shall consist of a body of persons 
charged with the responsibility of carrying out one or more purposes and/or 
activities of this Association. 

(a) A Commission shall be charged by the Annual Meeting 
creating it with a statement of its purposes, powers, time changed by the action 
of an Annual Meeting. All existing commissions shall continue to operate under 
their present charges or rules. 

(b) A Commission shall have authority to conduct its own business 
within its charge from the Annual Meeting, or its existing rules, provided its 
actions are germane to the purposes of this Association as stated in Article II of 
the Articles of Association, and subject to Article IV, 2(c) of the Articles of 
Association. 

(c) A Commission must work within the framework of the budget 
approved by the Annual Meeting, or as subsequently revised by the Executive 
Committee. 

(d) A Commission shall consist of not less than five nor more than 
nine members, the number to be subject to determination by the Annual Meeting 
creating the Commission, or by any subsequent Annual Meeting. Not more than 
two members of a Commission may be members of nonmember Churches. 

(e) The Commission members shall be nominated by the 
Executive Committee, and after opportunity for nominations from the floor, shall 
be elected by the Annual Meeting, consent to serve to be obtained from 
nominees in advance of nominations. In cases where there is no contest the 
elections may be by voice vote. If there is a contest the vote shall be by written 
ballot the following day. 

(f) The Commission members shall have four-year terms, and 
terms shall be staggered so that approximately one-fourth of the terms expire 
each year. A member may serve a maximum of two (2) four-year terms but not 
consecutively. All terms shall begin at the close of the Annual Meeting. 

(g) Any Commission can be abolished by a majority vote of an 
Anrjal Meeting. 

V. STATISTICS 

A list of member Churches in this Association shall be prepared 
annually by the Secretary and sent to the member Churches. This list shall, so 
far as possible, give correct addresses of the pastors and clerks of the Churches 
so listed, together with such other information as shall be deemed wise in the 
judgment of the Executive Committee. 



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VI. FINANCE 

1. Financial Services Committee. The Executive Committee shall appoint a 
Financial Services Committee with direct responsibility to the Executive 
Committee and consisting of seven members plus the Treasurer and the 
Chairman of the Executive Committee Budget Subcommittee who shall be voting 
members ex officio. The terms of office for the seven members shall be one 
year with the option to be reappointed. No member shall serve on any other 
board, committee, commission or division of the Association while a member of 
the Financial Services Committee or be any other officer of the Association. 

The Financial Services Committee shall have the responsibility for fund raising; 
long-range planning Including the Identification of financial needs; budget 
assistance to committees, commissions and divisions; and other financial 
services to the association in the area of Building and Loan, insurance, benefits, 
financial advisors, and the delivery of financial services for the churches. 

The Building and Loan Function shall be subject to the following rules of 
operation. 

a. To grant loans to churches which are members of or affiliated with 
the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches of 
the United States upon such terms and condition, with or without 
security, as it may deem advisable. 

b. To accept gifts, and to accumulate funds and properties with which 
to carry out the above purposes, such assets to be held in the 
name of the corporation for the National Association. 



2. The expenses of the Association shall be met from voluntary 
contributions solicited from the Congregational Christian Churches in response 
to recommendations from the Executive Committee, and also from such receipts 
as may come to the Association In Its meetings or through special gifts and 
legacies. 

3. The fiscal year shall begin on April 1 and end on March 31 , effective 
April 1.1972. 

VII. STANDING RULES 

Standing rules for the Association may be adopted from time to time by 
a two-thirds vote of the members present and voting at any meeting of the 
Association. 



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VIII. REFERENDUM COUNCIL 

1 . In the event that not less than ten percent of the member Churches 
of the National Association contend that any agency or creature of the Churches 
of the National Association is violating the principles set forth in the Articles of 
Association or is taking action contrary to the will and interest of the Churches, 
or is formally contemplating such violation or action, the contending churches 
shall have the right and power to call a Referendum Council. 

An agency or creature of the National Association is any Committee, 
Commission, Board, Corporation, or legal or ecclesiastical entity of any kind, 
brought into existence by the member Churches of the National Association and 
ratified by the Annual Meeting or a special meeting of the National Association, 
or by common acceptance and usage. Any subsidiary agency or creature 
subsequently brought into being by an agency or creature of the National 
Association shall be deemed an agency or creature of the Churches of the 
National Association for this purpose. 

2. A Referendum Council is an adaptation of the Congregational custom 
of a vicinage council. It is composed of nine persons, three to be chosen by the 
Churches that call the council, three by the party whose action or proposal is in 
question; these six to chose the other three. Each of the nine persons must be a 
member in good standing of a local Congregational Church which is a member of 
the National Association. No more than four members of a Referendum council 
may be clergy. If the party whose action or proposal is in question shall fall or 
refuse to choose three persons within thirty days after receiving written notice to 
do so from any Church which participates in the call, the Churches taking part in 
the call shall have the right to choose the number of persons who otherwise 
would have been chosen by such party. 

3. A Referendum Council meets at such times and places as are 
determined by the last three persons chosen and considers the controversy, 
hearing the pleadings of both parties. All records of the National Association 
and its agencies and creatures shall be available, without the necessity of legal 
recourse, to either or both parties. The Referendum Council shall endeavor to 
settle the controversy. If unable to do so, it makes its findings, which may 
inch'de a minority report, formulates the question at issue, and sends the 
queotion directly to the Churches, together with a notification of the deadline for 
voting set by the Referendum Council. 



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4. The local Churches vote on the question in their own localities. Only 
a duly convened meeting of a local Church shall be competent to act upon a 
question submitted by a Referendum Council. A copy of the vote of the local 
Church, certified by its proper official, shall be fonvarded to the Secretary of the 
National Association. The Secretary shall tabulate the votes, and not later than 
sixty days after the close of voting, notify all member Churches of the results of 
the balloting. A two-thirds majority vote shall be necessary for decision. No 
subsequent action on the part of the Annual Meeting of the National Association 
or a special meeting of the National Association, or on the part of any of the 
agencies and creatures of the Churches, can overrule or supersede the decision 
of the Churches on a question referred to the Churches by a Referendum 
Council. 

5. A vote on a question referred to the Churches by a Referendum 
Council has for the Churches as much force as force of wisdom in it lies; it is not 
a legal determination. No local Church can be legally bound by anything but its 
own actions or the laws of the state. But any agency or creature of the Churches 
of the National Association which ignores, contravenes, or alters the will of the 
Churches as that will is expressed in a vote of the Churches on a question 
referred by a Referendum Council, is acting beyond its legal powers, and is 
subject to legal action by the Churches. 



IX. STANDING AND ORDINATION 

1. In accordance with the historic and accepted practice of 
congregational bodies exterior to the local Church of making lists of the names of 
those who have ministerial standing in our Churches as ordained pastors and 
teachers and other ministers, missionaries, college and seminary professors and 
chaplains, the National Association shall prepare, maintain and publish such a 
list. The list shall include the names of ordained Congregational ministers who 
are retired or no longer engaged In full-time Christian service or are serving other 
than National Association churches, and licentiates, coded to indicate their 
current status. 

2. The presence or absence of the name of a pastor or minister on this 
list shall not be construed as either conferring or denying ministerial standing. 
This record is merely a list of pastors and ministers of the member churches of 
the National Association. This list is compiled for the convenience of those 
concerned and as a source of information to the Churches, and It shall be 
published by the proper agency of the National Association as this is determined 
by the Executive Committee. 

3. In no case shall any person have the right to vote in a National 
Association meeting merely by virtue of inclusion in these lists. In every case a 
listed person except a retired minister shall be a member or an associate 
member of a member Church of the National Association. 



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4. The National Association has no power to ordain, censure, or 
depose a minister, or to sit as a council of reference in such cases. 

5. Ordination is the right and business of the local Church, but the 
following statement of things commonly held among us is germane to the 
purpose of the National Association as stated in the Article II of the Articles of 
Association. 

(a) The local Church being complete under the Headship of Christ 
in all spiritual and ecclesiastical power has, and shall retain, the inalienable right 
to ordain. The local Church may call an ecclesiastical council as an expression 
of the fellowship of the Churches, but it shall be remembered that ordination is 
by ':^e local Church. 

(b) Ordination by the local Church is valid and sufficient, but it is 
conducive to orderliness and continuity of record that the fact of a minister's 
ordination be listed with a large body or bodies. This may include a local 
association of Congregational Churches and the National Association. In the 
case of the National Association, such listing shall be done under the pertinent 
provisions of this Bylaw. 



X. PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY 

Unless otherwise provided, meetings shall be conducted in accordance 
with Robert's Rules of Order (Newly Revised Edition). 



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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION 

of the 

National Association of Congregational Christian Churches 

of the United States 

Executed by the undersigned for the purpose of forming a Wisconsin corporation 
under Chapter 181 of the Wisconsin Statutes, WITHOUT STOCK AND NOT 
FOR PROFIT. 



ARTICLE I. 
The name of the corporation shall be CORPORATION FOR THE 
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 
OF THE UNITED STATES. 

ARTICLE II. 

The period of existence shall be perpetual. 

ARTICLE III. 

The Corporation is organized exclusively for religious and charitable 
purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code 
of 1986, as amended. To the extent consistent with the above general 
purposes, the specific purposes of this Corporation shall be as follows: 

To promote, encourage, aid and assist in such ways and by such 
means as may from time to time be deemed appropriate and 
proper, the continuance and growth of those Christian purposes 
and practices which have been the historic and accepted 
characteristics of Congregational Christian Churches as such 
Christian purposes and practices are stated and defined in the 
Articles of Association and Bylaws of the National Association of 
Congregational Christian Churches of the United States, a 
voluntary association formed under date of October 25, 1956, at 
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, its successors and assigns, and as 
such purposes and practices are from time to time amended by 
said National Association and in accordance with duly certified 
and promulgated decisions of its Referendum Councils. The 
Corporation may by bylaw or resolution create divisions, boards, 
committees and/or commissions within it to work, develop, 
promote and advance its purposes including, but without 
intending to limit, the areas of foreign and domestic missions, 
church extension, training and retirement of ministers, building 
and loan fund activities, printing and publication. Anything to the 
contrary herein contained notwithstanding the property of this 
Corporation is irrevocably dedicated to religious and charitable 
purposes and no part of the net earnings or assets of the -^ 

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corporation shall inure to the benefit of any private member or 
individual, nor shall the cx)rporation engage in carrying on 
propaganda or othenA^ise attempt to influence legislation or 
participate in or intervene in (including the publishing or 
distributing of statements) any political campaign on behalf of 
any candidate for public office. 

Notwithstanding any other provisions of these articles, the 
Corporation shall not carry on any other activities not permitted 
to be carried on (1) by a corporation exempt from federal income 
tax under section 601(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 
1986, as amended (or the corresponding provision of any future 
United States Internal Revenue Law), or (2) by a corporation, 
contribution to which are deductible under section 170(c)(2) of 
the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (or the 
corresponding provision of any future United States Internal 
Revenue Law). 

ARTICLE IV. 

Location of the principal office: 8473 South Howell Avenue, P.O. Box 
1620, Oak Creek, Wisconsin 53154. 

ARTICLE V. 

Name of the initial registered agent: Walter S. Davis. 



ARTICLE VI. 

Address of the initial registered agent: 250 East Wisconsin Ave., 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202. 

ARTICLE VII. 

The number of Directors of the Corporation shall be fixed by or in the 
manner provided in the Bylaws but shall not be less than three. 



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ARTICLE VIII. 
Names of the initial directors. 

John H. Alexander 

Max Strang 

George V. Bohman 

Leslie G. Delnstadt 

Leonard H. Maunder 

Laurence E. Frost 

C. Earl Page 

William Stoufer 

Raymond A. Waser 

Gary Mead 

Thomas W. Williams 

John F. C. Green 

Russell J. Clinchy 

Gordon Kingsbury 



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ARTICLE IX. 
(Membership provisions) 

The corporation shall have no members. 

ARTICLE X. 

The manner and procedure of election, appointment or removal of 
directors may be provided in the Bylaws. 

(Other provisions) 

Upon dissolution, the board of directors shall, after paying or making 
provisions for the payment of all of the Corporation's liabilities, distribute the net 
assets to the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches in the 
United Stated, a non profit corporation organized and operated exclusively for 
religious and charitable purposes and which has tax exempt status under section 
501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended; or to such 
successors or assigns which at the time qualify as an exempt organization or 
organization under section 501(c)(3). 



ARTICLE XI. 

The name and address of the Incorporator: Walter S. Davis, 250 East 
Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202. 

ARTICLE XII. 

These Articles may be amended in the manner authorized by the law at 
the time of amendment. 



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BYLAWS 

of 

Corporation for the National Association of Congregational Christian 
Churches of the United States 

ARTICLE I 

Directors 

Section 1 - Affairs. 

The affairs of the corporation shall be managed by an initial Board of 
Directors consisting of fourteen (14) persons who are named in the Articles of 
Incorporation, who shall serve until the next annual meeting of the corporation 
and until their respective successors are elected and qualified by the Executive 
Committee of the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches of 
the United States from a list of nominees submitted by the then continuing 
members of the Board. 

Section 2 - Powers. 

The Board of Directors may exercise all powers of the corporation and 
do all lawful acts and things as are by statute or by the Articles of Incorporation 
or hy these Bylaws directed or required to be exercised; provided, however, that 
anything in these Bylaws to the contrary notwithstanding, the Board shall not 
have the power to do any act which would cause the corporation to lose its tax- 
exempt status under the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 and the Statutes of the 
State of Wisconsin and Acts amendatory thereof, nor shall the Board have the 
power to do any act in contravention of duly certified decisions of the 
Referendum Councils of the National Association of Congregational Christian 
Churches of the United States. 

Section 3 - Vacancies. 

If the office of any director becomes vacant by reason of death, 
resignation, retirement, disqualification, removal or otherwise, the Board may 
choose a successor who shall hold office until the next annual election and until 
a successor shall have been duly elected and qualified. 



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Section 4 - Committees. 

The Board of Directors shall have authority to provide for and delegate 
authority to appropriate committees, divisions, commissions and/or boards made 
up from the Board and/or members of churches which are members of the 
National Association of Congregational Christian Churches of the United States 
and/or individuals who signify their approval of the Articles of Association of the 
National Association of Congregational Christian Churches of the United States. 
No Director or other member of a committee, division, commission and/or board 
may serve where the action of such committee, division, commission and/or 
board may directly or indirectly inure to the personal benefit of such Director or 
member 

ARTICLE II 

Meetings of the Board 

Section 1 - Meetings. 

Beginning in 1962, and each year thereafter, the annual meeting of the 
Board shall be held during the annual meeting of the National Association of 
Congregational Christian Churches of the United States, at the time and place 
designated therefore, within or without the State of Wisconsin, for the purpose of 
electing officers or othen/\^ise, and no notice of such meeting shall be necessary 
in order to legally constitute such meeting. The Board may provide by resolution 
the time and place for the holding of additional legal meetings without other 
notice than such resolution. 

Section 2 - Special Meetings. 

Special meetings of the Board may be called by the Chairman on ten 
(10) days' notice to each Director, either personally or by mail or by telephonic 
communication. Special meetings shall also be called by the Chairman or 
Secretary in like manner and on like notice on the written request of any two (2) 
Directors. 

Section 3 - Quorum. 

At all meetings of the Board of Directors a majority of the Directors shall 
constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, and the act of the majority of 
the Directors present at any meeting shall be the act of the Board of Directors, 
except as may be otherwise specifically provided by statute or by the Articles of 
Incorporation or by these Bylaws. 



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ARTICLE Mi 
Officers 
Section 1 - Officers. 

The Board of Directors shall elect a Chairman, one or more Vice 
Chairmen, a Secretary, a Treasurer, and such other officers and assistant 
officers as may be deemed necessary and appointed by the Board of Directors 
from time to time. Each officer shall be elected for a term of one (1) year and 
until a successor is elected and qualified. Any two or more offices may be held 
by the same persons except the offices of Chairman and Secretary and the 
offices of Chairman and Vice Chairman. 

Section 2 - Duties. 

The principal duties of the general officers shall be as follows: 

(a) The Chairman shall preside at all meetings of the members of 
the Board of Directors and shall have general supervision and management of 
the property and affairs of the corporation and do and perform ail other duties 
usually incumbent upon such office. 

(b) The Vice Chairman, or in case the corporation has more than 
one Vice Chairman, then the Vice Chairman with the greatest seniority as a 
director shall perform the duties and exercise the powers of Chairman in the 
evcr.t of the absence or disability for any cause of the latter. 

(c) The Secretary shall, when required, countersign all written 
instruments executed by the corporation; shall attend all meetings of the Board 
of Directors and of the members, and keep a thorough record of the 
proceedings; shall properly keep and preserve all the corporate books and 
records excepting only those pertaining to the office of Treasurer. 

(d) The Treasurer shall keep an account of all monies, credits, 
and property of any kind and nature of the corporation and render such 
accounts, statements and inventories of the property and affairs of the 
corporation as may be required by the Board of Directors. 

(e) The officers shall perform such additional or different duties as 
shall from time to time be imposed or required by the Board of Directors or by the 
Bylaws. 

Section 3 - Vacancies. 

If the office of any officer becomes vacant for any reason, the vacancy 
shall be filled by the affirmative vote of a majority of the Board of Directors. 



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ARTICLE IV 

Divisions 

Section 1. 

There shall be a division of the Corporation known as the Missionary 
Society of the Congregational Christian Churches. It shall consist of twelve (12) 
members appointed by the Board of Directors for four-year terms in such manner 
that the terms of approximately one-fourth of the members shall expire annually. 
Members may serve a maximum of two (2) four-year terms. A thirteenth member 
shall be a member of the Board of Directors and shall be appointed by the Board 
of r-rectors annually for a one-year term. All terms shall begin at the close of 
the Annual Meeting. 

This division shall have the following powers and authority: 

(a) To conduct its business and affairs in the name and style 
"Missionary Society of the Congregational Christian Churches", and to elect its 
own officers except that the Treasurer of the Corporation shall serve as the 
Treasurer of this division. 

(b) To serve as the missionary agent of the churches of the 
National Association and of such churches as desire its service; to receive, 
manage, and distribute such funds and properties as may be entrusted to it 
according to the expressed wishes of the donors, or in the absence of such 
designation, by the vote of the division; to counsel with such Churches as call 
upon it in the area of their missionary concern; and generally to stimulate the 
spreading of the Gospel of Jesus Christ by such means as are in keeping with 
the basic principles of the Congregational Christian Churches as stated and 
defined in the Articles of Association and Bylaws of the National Association of 
Congregational Christian Churches of the United States. 

(c) All funds and properties shall be held in the name of the 
Corporation for the National Association. 

(d) This division shall report at least semi-annually to the Board of 
Dirr .:tors. 



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Se: Jon 2. 

There shall be a division of this Corporation known as the 
Congregational Foundation for Theological Studies. It shall consist of not less 
than seven and not more than twelve members, appointed by the Board of 
Directors for four-year terms in such manner that the terms of approximately 
one-fourth of the members shall expire annually. Members may serve a 
maximum of two (2) four-year terms. An additional member shall be a member of 
the Board of Directors and shall be appointed by the Board of Directors annually 
for a one-year term. All terms shall begin at the close of the Annual Meeting. 

This division shall have the following powers and authority: 

(a) To conduct its business and affairs in the name and style 
"Congregational Foundation for Theological Studies" and to elect its own 
officers, except that the Treasurer of the Corporation shall serve as the 
Treasurer of this Division. 

(b) To serve as the agency of the N.A.C.C.C. of the U.S. for 
providing a program of training and education for ministers and religious 
workers; to provide graduate programs leading to the Bachelor of Divinity and 
Masters' degrees; to provide refresher courses, seminars, conference, and 
homestudy courses for potential ministers, ministers, and lay-ministers; to 
develop a program whereby men and women may be encouraged to consider 
the ministry and other types of religious work as a vocation. In advising and 
directing students and in planning programs for graduate degrees, the 
Foundation will emphasize and assist in choosing courses of study which are 
adapted to the needs, capacities and objectives of each student, in pursuing 
which the students may take courses and in-service training in different schools, 
colleges, and universities and with leaders of Congregational churches in varied 
localities for varied periods of time, rather than provide a theological school in a 
specific geographical location. 

(c) To accept gifts, and to accumulate funds and properties with 
which to carry out the above purposes, such assets to be held in the name of the 
Corporation for the National Association. 

(d) To expend such funds for the above purposes, including the 
granting of scholarships and fellowships to students participating in programs 
sponsored by this division. 

(e) This division shall report at least semi-annually to the Board of 
Directors. 



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Section 3. 

There shall be a division of the Corporation known as the 
Congregational Church Development Division. It shall consist of eight (8) 
members appointed by the Board of Directors for four-year terms in such manner 
that the terms of approximately one-fourth of the members shall expire annually. 
Members shall serve a maximum of two (2) four-year terms. An additional 
member shall be a member of the Board of Directors and shall be appointed by 
the Board of Directors annually for a one-year term. All terms shall begin at the 
close of the Annual Meeting. 

This Division shall have the following powers and authority: 

(a) To conduct its business and affairs in the name and style 
"Congregational Church Development Division" and to elect its own officers 
except that the Treasurer of the Corporation shall serve as the Treasurer of this 
Division. 

(b) To serve as the Agency of the National Association of 
Congregational Christian Churches in encouraging and supporting the 
organization and development of new Congregational Christian Churches by 
such methods and in such locations as the Division may determine appropriate 
after due study and survey; including response to inquiries of self-generating 
groups which may request counsel and support from the National Association for 
such a purpose. 

(c) To accept gifts, and to accumulate and expend funds 
designated for the above purposes, according to the expressed wishes of the 
donors, or in the absence of such designation, by vote of the Division. All funds 
and properties shall be held in the name of the Corporation for the National 
Association. 

(d) This Division shall report at least semi-annually to the Board of 
Directors. 

Section 4. 

There shall be a division of the Corporation known as the Division for 
Ministry. It shall consist of not less than seven and not more than twelve 
members, appointed by the Board of Directors for four-year terms in such 
manner that the terms of approximately one-fourth of the members shall expire 
annually. Members may serve a maximum of two (2) four-year terms. An 
additional member shall be a member of the Board of the Directors and shall be 
appointed by the Board of Directors annually for a one-year term. All terms shall 
begin at the close of the Annual Meeting. 



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The basic responsibility of the Division is the nurture of the Christian 
ministry in the churches of the National Association. This division shall have the 
following powers and authority: 

(a) To conduct its business and affairs in the name and style 
"Division for Ministry," and to elect its own officers, except that the Treasurer of 
the Corporation shall serve as Treasurer of this Division. 

(b) To serve as the agency of the Congregational Christian 
Churches for providing programs to assist, support and encourage professional 
and lay leadership of our churches; to prudently supervise the stewardship of 
funds under the jurisdiction of the division; to address needs and provide 
guidance in matters of ministry with the pastoral relations Secretary; and to 
maintain and encourage the goal of academic excellence and depth of 
commitment to free church polity and faith as the hallmark of the Congregational 
Christian Ministry. 

(c) To accept gifts, and to accumulate funds and properties with 
which to carry out the above purposes, such assets to be held in the name of the 
Corporation for the National Association. 

(d) To expend such funds for the above purposes, including 
ministerial assistance, grants and loans as needed within available financial 
resources to ministers participating in programs sponsored by this division. 

(e) This division shall report at least semi-annually to the Board of 
Directors. 



ARTICLE V 
Miscellaneous 

Section 1 - Gifts, Contributions and Bequests. 

Before becoming the property of the corporation, each gift, bequest, 
devise, grant or contribution must be accepted by the Board. 

Section 2 - Investments. 

The Funds and property of the corporation, unless specifically 
otherwise provided by a deed, gift, bequest, devise, grant or contribution, may be 
invested in real estate, both improved and unimproved, in tangible or intangible 
personal property and/or in securities of one or more types as may be authorized 
by the Board of Directors from time to time, without regard to the restrictions of 
the statutes regulating the investment of funds by trustees, fiduciaries or 
insurance companies. 



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Section 3 - Fiscal Year. 

The fiscal year shall begin on April 1 and end on March 31. 
Section 4 - Corporate Seal. 

The Corporation shall not have a corporate seal. 

Section 5 - Informal Action. 

Any action required or permitted to be taken at any meeting of Directors 
or k.. embers of a committee of Directors may be taken without a meeting if a 
consent in writing setting forth the action so taken shall be signed by all Directors 
or members of a committee thereof entitled to vote with respect, to the subject 
matter thereof. 

Section 6 - Amendments. 

These Bylaws may be altered, amended or supplemented by the Board 
of Directors. Unless all Directors are present and consent thereto, no action shall 
be taken under this section unless notice thereof shall have been set forth in the 
notice or waiver of notice of the meeting. 



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ARTICLE VI 
Indemnification 

Section 1 - Mandatory Indemnification. 

The Corporation shall identify a director or officer as follows: 

(a) To the extent he or she has been successful on the merits or 
otherwise in the defense of a proceeding, for all reasonable expenses incurred in 
the proceeding, if the director or officer was a party because he or she is or was 
at the time of the events upon which the proceeding was based a director or 
officer of the Corporation or the Association. A director or officer shall exercise 
his or her right to indemnification under this Section 1 of Article VI by delivering a 
written demand for indemnification to the Corporation's Treasurer, or the 
Chairman if the party seeking indemnification is the Treasurer. 

(b) In all cases not included in Section 1 of this Article VI, the 
Corporation shall Indemnify a director or officer against liability incurred by the 
director or officer In a proceeding to which the director or officer was a party 
because he or she is or was at the time of the events upon which the proceeding 
was based a director or officer of the Corporation or the Association, unless 
liability was incurred because the director or officer breached or failed to perform 
a d'"ty he or she owes to the Corporation or the Association and the breach or 
the railure to perform constitutes: 

(i) A willful failure to deal fairly with the Corporation or the Association 
or Its shareholders in connection with a matter in which the director 
or officer has a material conflict of interest; 

(ii) A violation of the criminal law, unless the director or officer had 
reasonable cause to believe his or her conduct was lawful or had 
no reasonable cause to believe his or her conduct was unlawful; 

(iii) A transaction from which the director or officer derived an Improper 
personal benefit; or 

(iv) Willful misconduct. 

(c) Whether a director or officer of the Corporation or the 
Association shall be entitled to Indemnification under Section 1(b) shall be 
determined in accordance with the procedures established in Section 2 of this 
Article VI. 

(d) The termination of a proceeding by judgment, order, 
settlement, or conviction, or upon a plea of no contest or an equivalent plea, 
does not, by itself, create a presumption that Indemnification of the director or 
officer is not required under this subsection. 



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Section 2 - Determination of Right to Indemnification. 

A director or officer seeking indemnification under Section 1(b) of this 
Article VI shall first make a written request to the Corporation's Treasurer, or the 
Corporation's Chairman, if the person seeking indemnification is the Treasurer, 
for such indemnification. Determination of whether indemnification is required 
shall be made by one of the following means: 

(a) By a majority vote of a quorum of the Board of Directors 
cor:isting of directors who are not at the time parties to the same or related 
proceedings. If such quorum of disinterested directors cannot be obtained, by a 
majority vote of a committee duly appointed by the Board of Directors and 
consisting solely of two (2) or more directors who are not at the time parties to 
the same or related proceedings. Directors who are parties to the same or 
related proceedings may participate in the designation of members of the 
committee. 

(b) By independent legal counsel selected by a majority vote of a 
quorum of the Board of Directors or its committee consisting of directors who are 
not at the time parties to the same or related proceedings or, if such a quorum 
cannot be obtained, by a majority vote of the full Board of Directors, Including 
directors who are parties to the same or related proceedings. 

(c) By a panel of three (3) arbitrators consisting of one (1) 
arbitrator selected by those directors entitled under subsection (b) above to 
select independent legal counsel, one (1) arbitrator selected by the director or 
officer seeking indemnification and one (1) arbitrator selected by the other two 
(2) arbitrators. 

(d) By a court of competent jurisdiction upon application by the 
director or officer for an initial determination of entitlement to indemnification or 
for review by the court of an adverse determination. Indemnification shall be 
ordered if the court determines that the director or officer is entitled to 
indemnification under Section 1 of this Article VI or that the director or officer is 
fair!; and reasonable entitled to indemnification in view of ail the relevant 
circumstances. If the director or officer is successful in obtaining indemnification 
by order of the court, in addition to indemnification against all other expenses 
and liability, the director or officer shall be reimbursed for expenses reasonably 
incurred in pursing his or her request for Indemnification. 

The director or officer seeking indemnification shall designate in his or 
her request for indemnification the method of making the indemnification 
determination. 



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Section 3 - Advance of Expenses Incurred. 

The Corporation shall, upon written request by the director or officer, 
pay for or reimburse the reasonable expenses incurred by a director or officer 
who is a party to a proceeding, as those expenses are incurred, if the director or 
officer furnishes the Corporation a written affirmation of his or her good faith 
belief that he or she has not breached his or her duties to the Corporation or the 
Association, and the director or officer furnished the Corporation with a written 
undertaking, executed personally or on his or her behalf, to repay the allowance 
to the extent that it is ultimately determined that the indemnification is not 
required. The Corporation may accept the undertaking without reference to his 
or her ability to repay the allowance, and the undertaking may be secured or 
unsecured. 

Section 4 - Insurance. 

The Corporation may purchase and maintain insurance on behalf of its 
directors and officers, or to reimburse itself, against liability asserted or incurred 
and expenses incurred by the director or officer or the Corporation or Association 
in connection with a proceeding brought against the director or officer in his or 
her capacity as a director or officer or arising from his status as a director or 
officer, regardless of whether the Corporation is required or authorized to 
indw.nnify the individual against the same liability pursuant to the provisions 
hereof. 

Section 5 - Definitions. 

The following terms used in this Article VI shall have the indicated meanings: 

(a) "Association" shall mean the National Association of 
Congregational Christian Churches of the United States, a voluntary association 
formed under date of October 25, 1956, at Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. 

(b) "Director" or "officer" means an individual who (i) is or was a 
director or officer of the Corporation or the Association; (ii) an individual who, 
while a director or officer of the Corporation or Association is or was serving at 
the Corporation's or the Association's request as a director, officer, partner, 
trustee, member of any governing or decision-making committee, employee or 
agent of another corporation, partnership, joint venture or other enterprise; (iii) 
while a director or officer of the Corporation or the Association, Is or was serving 
an employee benefit plan because his or her duties to the Corporation or the 
Association also impose duties on, or otherwise involve services by, the person 
to the plan or to the participants in or beneficiaries of the plan; or (iv) Is or was a 
"volunteer" of the Cooperation or Association, whether such volunteer was or is 
acting for or on behalf or the Corporation, the Association or any of its 
committees, commissions or divisions. "Director" or "officer" includes the estate, 
heirs, personal representatives, administrators, guardians and conservators of 
any deceased or former "director" or "officer". 

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(c) "Expenses" include all fees, costs, charges, attorneys' counsel 
fees and other expenses and disbursements incurred in connection with a 
proceeding. 

(d) "Liability" includes the obligation to pay a judgment, 
settlement, penalty, fine, assessment or forfeiture, including an excise tax 
assessed with respect to or on an employee benefit plan, and reasonable 
expenses. 

(e) "Party" includes an individual who was or is, or who is 
threatened to be made, or is at risk of becoming, a named defendant in a 
proceeding. 

(f) "Proceeding" means any threatened, pending or completed 
action, suit, claim, litigation, appeal, attribution or other proceeding, whether civil, 
criminal, administrative or investigative, formal or informal, predicted on foreign, 
federal, state or local law, brought by or in the right of the Corporation or the 
Association or by any other person or by any governmental or administrative 
body. 

(g) "Volunteer" as used in Section 1(b)(iv) shall mean a natural 
person, other than an employee of the Corporation or the Association, who 
provides services to or on behalf of the Corporation or Association without 
compensation. 

Section 6 - Savings Clause. 

To the extent any court of competent jurisdiction shall determine that 
the indemnification provided under this Article VI shall be invalid as applies to a 
particular claim, issue or matter, the provision hereof shall be deemed amended 
to allow and require indemnification to the maximum extent permitted by law. 

Section 7 - Effective Date. 

This Article VI shall be deemed to be a contract between the 
Corporation and each previous, current or future director or officer. The 
provisions of this Article VI shall apply to all proceedings commenced after the 
date hereof, whether rising from any action taken or failure to act before or after 
such adoption. No amendment, modification or repeal of this Article VI shall 
diminish the rights provided hereby or diminish the right to indemnification with 
respect to any claim, issue or matter in any then pending or subsequent 
proceeding that is based in any material respect on any alleged action or failure 
to act prior to such amendment, modification or repeal. 



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Section 8 - Nonexclusivity. 

The rights of a director or officer or any other person granted under this 
Article VI shall not be deemed exclusive of any other hghts to indemnification 
against Liabilities or allowance of Expenses which the director or officer (or such 
other person) may othenvise be entitled to under any written agreement, Board 
resolution, or othenvise, including, without limitation, under Wisconsin law. 
Nothing in this Article VI shall be deemed or construed to in any way limit the 
Corporation's obligations to indemnify against Liabilities or allow Expenses to a 
director or officer under Wisconsin law. 



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AREA ASSOCIATION OFFICERS, NATIONAL 
ASSOCIATION BOARD MEMBERS AND CONSULTANTS 



CODE: 


AAO 


Area Association Officer 






ABM 


Association Board Member 






C 


Consultant 






STAFF 


Association Office Staff 




Name 


Code 


Position/Location 


Page 


Audette, D. Elizabeth 


ABM 


Executive Committee 


12 


Adams. E. W. 


C 


Continuation ofCCC 


186 


Adams, Virginia 


AAO 


Iowa 


173 


Ahrens, William 


AAO 


Southeastern Michigan 


177 




AAO 


AMCOforlCF 


168 


Akers, Virginia 


AAO 


Illinois 


173 


Akoa-Mongo, Francois 


AAO 


Washington County (Maine) 


174 


Alldredge, Rendel 


ABM 


World Christian Relations 


50 


Anderson, Eric 


ABM 


NAPF 


53 


Angel, Pat 


AAO 


Northem California 


171 


Ankerstjerne, Baxter 


AAO 


Iowa 


173 


Amdt, Bill 


AAO 


Minnesota 


179 


Asendorf, Randy 


ABM 


Communications 


42 


Audette, Louise 


AAO 


New Hampshire 


181 


Audette, Michael 


AAO 


Connecticut 


172 


Babcock, Joseph 


AAO 


Florida 


172 


Bachelder, Nancy 


ABM 


Missionary Society 


37 


Bailey, Homer 


ABM 


Nominating Committee 


20 


Bailey, Steven H. Ware 


ABM 


Executive Committee 


13 


Baker, Carney 


ABM 


Missionary Society 


36 


Baker, Ryan 


ABM 


NAPF 


53 


Baldwin, Edward 


AAO 


Central Michigan 


176 


Bames, William 


ABM 


Financial Services 


22 


Barnhart, Elise 


ABM 


Women's 


47 


Barron, Geraldine 


ABM 


Spiritual Resources 


45 


Bellingham, Richard 


AAO 


Pacific Northwest 


183 


Benson, Elaine 


AAO 


Northem California 


171 



268 



Bentley, Marlene 


AAO 


Central Michigan 


176 


Berry, Steven 


ABM 


Executive Committee 


13 


Betts, Robert 


AAO 


Alabama 


169 


Biedron, Mimi 


AAO 


Ohio 


182 


Bigelow, Barbara 


AAO 


Bay State Women's (MA) 


175 


Bingham, Paul 


ABM 


Communications 


41 


Blackburn, Steven 


AAO 


Connecticut 


172 


Blakeslee, Russell 


AAO 


Connecticut 


172 


Bodkin, Leslie 


ABM 


HOPE 


54 


Boring, Walter 


AAO 


Northern California 


171 


Bower, Richard 


ABM 


World Christian Relations 


50 


Brant, Willis 


AAO 


Pacific Northwest 


183 


Broadwell, Sue 


AAO 


Southeastern Ml Women 


177 




AAO 


Michigan 


176 


Brown, Henry (Jack) 


ABM 


Divison for Ministry 


33 




AAO 


Michigan 


176 


Brown, John 


AAO 


Washington County (Maine) 


174 


Brunner, Robert 


ABM 


Investment Advisory 


21 


Burton II, Clifford 


AAO 


Cal-West 


170 


Butman, Anne 


AAO 


Massachusetts 


175 


Byrn, Jane 


ABM 


Women's 


48 


Cain, Roger 


AAO 


Mid-West 


179 


Carlson, Robert 


ABM 


Program Committee 


18 


Carson, Barbara 


AAO 


New Hampshire 


181 


Carson, John 


AAO 


Pacific Northwest 


183 




ABM 


Spiritual Resources 


45 


Carter, Margaret 


AAO 


Alabama 


169 


Chamberlain, Clark 


AAO 


Mid-America 


178 


Chapin, Bruce 


ABM 


Missionary Society 


37 


Charbonneau, Marti 


ABM 


Spiritual Resources 


45 


Charbonneau, Ralph 


AAO 


Pacific Northwest 


183 


Chase, Helen 


AAO 


Bay State Women's (MA) 


175 


Christensen, Michele 


AAO 


Southwest Intermountain 


184 


Christopherson, Barbara 


AAO 


New Hampshire Women 


180 




AAO 


New Hampshire 


181 


Christopherson, Norman 


AAO 


New Hampshire 


181 


Clarke, Joseph 


ABM 


DIvison for Ministry 


33 


Clark, Paul 


ABM 


World Christian Relations 


50 


Clawson, David 


AAO 


Western PA Ministers' 


184 




AAO 


Western Pennsylvania 


183 



269 



Cochran, Jerold 


ABM 


Executive Committee 


12 




ABM 


Program Committee 


18 


Cole, Carol 


ABM 


Christian Education 


39 




AAO 


Cal-West 


170 


Cole, Marilyn 


AAO 


Ohio 


182 


Collins, Ar^lla 


AAO 


Maine 


174 


Connin, Mildred 


AAO 


Ohio 


182 


Cook, Ashley 


ABM 


C.F.T.S. 


31 


Corbett, Gloria 


AAO 


Connecticut Women 


171 


Currier, John 


ABM 


Nominating Committee 


20 


Dahike, Anita 


AAO 


Wisconsin 


185 


Dahm, Canie 


STAFF 


Assistant to M. Robertson 


11 


Daniels, Rose 


AAO 


Central Michigan 


176 


D'Arcy, David 


ABM 


Family Life 


44 


Davenport, Barbara 


AAO 


New England 


180 


Davidson, Ken 


AAO 


Mid-America 


178 


Davis, Walter 


C 


Legal Counsel 


9 


Dawes, Al 


AAO 


Massachusetts 


175 


Deinstadt, Leslie 


AAO 


Florida 


172 


DeLine, James 


ABM 


Youth 


52 


Dickinson, Edward 


ABM 


Library Board 


17 


Dimitrijevic, Zorica 


STAFF 


Mailing List Manager 


11 


Dole, Edie 


AAO 


Connecticut Women 


171 


Doud, John 


ABM 


Program Committee 


18 




ABM 


Communications 


42 


Drake, Catherine 


ABM 


Christian Education 


39 


Drown, Douglas 


AAO 


Somerset County (Maine) 


174 




AAO 


Maine 


174 


Duda, Marian 


AAO 


Bay State Women's (MA) 


175 


Dunn, Markum 


ABM 


Spiritual Resources 


46 


Eaton, James 


ABM 


Divison for Ministry 


34 


Ebert, Arthur 


ABM 


Investment Advisory 


21 


Eckert, Ellen 


AAO 


Ohio 


182 




ABM 


Family Life 


44 


Edwards, Trudi 


STAFF 


Controller 


11 


Elder, Frederick 


AAO 


Massachusetts 


175 


Ellcey, Gregory 


ABM 


Divison for Ministry 


34 


Erkel, Steve 


AAO 


Wisconsin Ministers' 


185 


Eriendson, Norm 


AAO 


Pacific Northwest 


183 


Fackler, Edward 


ABM 


Missionary Society 


36 



270 



Fackler, Terry 


ABM 


Spiritual Resources 


45 


Fentiman, Allen 


AAO 


Minnesota 


179 


Ferrel, Jeaneane 


AAO 


Cal-West 


170 


Fleischmann, Robert 


ABM 


Executive Committee 


13 


Flynn, Theodore 


ABM 


Moderator-Elect 


9 




ABM 


Program Committee 


19 


Foster, Mary 


AAO 


New England 


180 




ABM 


Missionary Society 


36 


Fountain, Mark 


AAO 


Northern California 


171 


Fowles, Susan 


ABM 


Christian Education 


40 


Frazzell, Karen 


STAFF 


Assistant to P. Jackson 


11 


Fredrickson, Rob 


AAO 


Wisconsin 


185 




ABM 


Youth 


51 


Frentz, Harold 


ABM 


Financial Services 


22 


Freytag, Carol 


AAO 


Southeastern Ml Women 


177 


Gamage, Bernice 


AAO 


AMCO for ICF 


168 


Gammon, Irven 


ABM 


Building & Loan Fund Team 


27 


Gardner, Mildred 


AAO 


AMCO for ICF 


168 


Gerdes, Gisela 


ABM 


Missionary Society 


37 


Gierke, Dewey 


ABM 


C.F.T.S. 


31 




AAO 


New England 


180 


Given, Teny 


AAO 


Maine 


174 


Glab, Sherry 


ABM 


Women's 


48 


Godard, Betty 


ABM 


C.F.T.S. 


31 


Goldshine, Gustave 


ABM 


Building & Loan Fund Team 


27 


Good, Charles 


AAO 


Mid-America 


178 


Grady, Raymond 


AAO 


Connecticut 


172 


Greer, Joel 


ABM 


C.F.T.S. 


32 


Grigor, Lynn 


AAO 


Minnesota 


179 


Grindle, Robert 


ABM 


Youth 


52 


Hadley, Esther-Mary 


AAO 


New Hampshire Women 


180 


Hahn, Rose 


AAO 


Ohio Women's 


182 


Halcomb, Michael 


STAFF 


Assoc. Executive Secretary 


11 


Hale, Laurie 


ABM 


Christian Education 


39 


Hall, Diana 


STAFF 


Receptionist 


11 


Hall, Lloyd 


AAO 


Wisconsin 


185 


Hall, Robert 


AAO 


Ohio 


182 


Hamby, Jean 


AAO 


Northern California 


171 


Hamby, Laura 


AAO 


Northem California 


171 


Harmon, Bryan 


ABM 


NAPF 


53 



271 



Hart, James 


AAO 


Western Pennsylvania 


183 


Hart, Joyce 


AAO 


Western PA Womens' 


184 


Hatfield, Mark 


ABM 


Family Life 


43 


Hazlett. Jack 


AAO 


Connecticut 


172 


Hedges, B.J. 


AAO 


Ohio 


182 


Heiligenstein, Ron 


ABM 


Investment Advisory 


21 


Heilmann, Lois 


ABM 


Assoc/Corp. Secretary 


9 


Henry, David 


ABM 


Family Life 


43 


Hessinger, Winifred 


ABM 


Financial Services 


22 


Hicks, Michael 


ABM 


Youth 


52 


Hite, Vickl 


ABM 


Youth 


51 


Hobson, Stewart 


AAO 


Northern California 


171 


Hopkins, James 


ABM 


Cong'l Church Development 


29 


Hom, Paul 


AAO 


Southeastern Michigan 


177 


Horvitz, Claire 


ABM 


Executive Committee 


12 


Hotchkin, Richard 


ABM 


Cong'l Church Development 


29 


Hotchkiss, Joe 


AAO 


Ohio 


182 


Hunter, Gary 


AAO 


Washington County (Maine) 


174 




AAO 


Maine 


174 


Huntzinger, Marion 


AAO 


Ohio Women's 


182 


Hunt, Barbara 


ABM 


World Christian Relations 


49 


Hunt, E. Neil 


AAO 


Southeastern Michigan 


177 


Jackson, Leslie 


ABM 


NAPF 


53 


Jackson, Phil 


STAFF 


Assoc. Executiv Secretary 


11 


Janikowsky, Barbara 


ABM 


Program Committee 


19 


Jenkins, Andrew 


ABM 


Youth 


52 


Jensen, Mark 


AAO 


Southeastern Michigan 


177 


Jipson, Patricia 


ABM 


Library Board 


17 


Johnson, Barry 


ABM 


Missionary Society 


37 


Johnson, Carolyn 


AAO 


New Hampshire Women 


180 




AAO 


New Hampshire 


181 


Johnson, Gordon 


AAO 


White Mountain (NH) 


181 




AAO 


New Hampshire 


181 


Johnston, Frank 


ABM 


Cong'l Church Development 


28 


Johnston, Janet 


AAO 


Ohio 


182 




ABM 


Women's 


47 


Jones, Derwyn Morris 


AAO 


ICF 


168 


Jones, Henry (Biff) 


AAO 


Minnesota 


179 


Joy, Robert 


ABM 


Cong'l Church Development 


29 



272 



Joy, !Robert 


AAO 


Mid-West 


179 


KImberly, David 


AAO 


Ohio 


182 


Kniefel, Claudia 


ABM 


Family Life 


44 


Kristofferson, Pamela 


AAO 


Bay State Women's (MA) 


175 


Kurrasch, Richard 


AAO 


AMCO for ICF 


168 


Lacey, Sharon 


AAO 


Mid-America 


178 


Lambert, Mary Alice 


AAO 


Mid-West 


179 


Lange, William 


AAO 


Southeastern Michigan 


177 


Larson, Arlin 


ABM 


Program Committee 


18 


Laska, Joan 


ABM 


Spiritual Resources 


46 


Lathrop, Alicia 


AAO 


Connecticut 


172 


Ledbetter, Jean 


AAO 


Alabama 


169 


Leever, Virginia 


AAO 


Southeastern Ml Women 


177 


Llles, Richard 


ABM 


Executive Committee 


13 


Limmer, Don 


AAO 


Ohio 


182 


LIndly, Betty 


AAO 


Western Michigan 


178 


Link, Kathryn 


AAO 


Mid-West 


179 


Lootens, Thomas 


ABM 


Financial Services 


22 


Lord, Jodee 


ABM 


Women's 


47 


Lovejoy, Glen 


AAO 


Connecticut 


172 


Lovell, Jan 


AAO 


Iowa 


173 


Luedike, Laurie 


ABM 


Women's 


48 


Lynde, Thomas 


ABM 


Communications 


41 


Mahnke, Ruth 


STAFF 


Assistant to M. Halcomb 


11 


Malcomb, Betty 


ABM 


Credentials 


16 


Martin, Bryan 


ABM 


Family Life 


44 


Martin, Douglas 


ABM 


Youth 


52 


Martin, Ed 


AAO 


Western Pennsylvania 


183 


Matte, Ellen 


AAO 


Michigan 


176 


Matthies, Milo 


ABM 


Building & Loan Fund Team 


27 


Maurer, Allen 


ABM 


Financial Services 


22 


McCall, Maureen 


AAO 


Connecticut Women 


171 


Mclver, Keith 


AAO 


Western Michigan 


178 


McNeill, Richard 


AAO 


Massachusetts 


175 


McVeigh, Joyce 


ABM 


Missionary Society 


37 


Meriwether, Harold 


AAO 


Illinois 


173 


Merkel, Stuart 


ABM 


HOPE 


54 


Miesbauer, Donald 


ABM 


Investment Advisory 


21 



273 



Milco, Craig 


AAO 


Massachusetts 


175 


Millar. Edwin 


AAO 


Cal-West 


170 


Millar, Gay 


AAO 


Cal-West 


170 


Miller, Paul 


AAO 


Mid-America 


178 




AAO 


ICF 


168 


Monroe, Evelyn 


AAO 


Central Michigan 


176 


Moore, John 


STAFF 


Chrisitan Education Director 


11 


Moran, Margaret 


ABM 


Communications 


41 


Mullen, Donald 


ABM 


Women's 


47 


Murphy, Alice 


ABM 


C.F.T.S. 


32 


Mun-ay, W. Robert 


ABM 


Communications 


42 


Mutn, Philip 


ABM 


Program Committee 


18 




ABM 


Moderator 


9 


Naeve, Keith 


ABM 


Investment Advisory 


21 


Neufeld, Marianne 


ABM 


Divison for Ministry 


34 


Nilson, Noel 


ABM 


Executive Committee 


13 


Nobles, Winston 


AAO 


Alabama 


169 


Ogden, David 


ABM 


Cong'l Church Development 


29 


Olsen, Donald 


AAO 


Southeastern Michigan 


177 


Olson, Ginger 


AAO 


Florida 


172 


Orr, Joyce 


ABM 


Nominating Committee 


20 




ABM 


Program Committee 


19 


Owen, Howard 


AAO 


Florida 


172 


Parkhurst, L. G. 


ABM 


Christian Education 


40 


Peay, Steven 


ABM 


Library Board 


17 


Pennick, Carolyn 


AAO 


Western Pennsylvania 


183 


Pierce, Gary 


AAO 


Wisconsin Ministers' 


185 




ABM 


Missionary Society 


36 


Polhemus, Joseph 


C 


Congregationalist 


16 


Poling, Daniel 


AAO 


White Mountain (NH) 


181 


Powell, Freddie 


AAO 


Alabama 


169 


Prior, Kaye 


ABM 


Christian Education 


40 


Rambo, Tony 


ABM 


HOPE 


54 


Ray, Agneta 


ABM 


Missionary Society 


37 


Rennebohm, Fred 


ABM 


Investment Advisory 


21 


Rhodes, Pegram 


AAO 


Bay State Women's (MA) 


175 


Richardson, Lonnie 


ABM 


World Christian Relations 


50 


Richards, Chris 


AAO 


Michigan 


176 


Richard, Thomas 


ABM 


Executive Committee 


12 


Riner, William 


ABM 


Building & Loan Fund Team 


27 



274 



Risi.;.r, Diane 


ABM 


Women's 


48 


Ristic, Nancy 


STAFF 


Assistant to T. Edwards 


11 


Ritter, Arthur 


ABM 


Nominating Committee 


20 


Robertson, Michael 


STAFF 


Executive Secretary 


11 


Rogers, James 


AAO 


Minnesota 


179 




ABM 


C.F.T.S. 


31 


Rose, Kay 


AAO 


Iowa 


173 


Rowe, Gard 


ABM 


Missionary Society 


36 


Rustin, Mark 


ABM 


World Christian Relations 


49 


Rygh, Mary Beth 


ABM 


NAPF 


53 


Safran, Robert 


AAO 


New England 


180 


Sanders, Judy 


ABM 


Family Life 


43 


Sanford, Leoma 


AAO 


Southeastern Ml Women 


177 


Saunders, Cliff 


AAO 


Ohio 


182 


Schepflin, Arlene 


ABM 


Christian Education 


40 


Schibsted, James 


AAO 


Cal-West 


170 


Schimpf, Dottie 


ABM 


Divison for Ministry 


34 


Schimpf, Karl 


AAO 


Wisconsin 


185 


Schneider, James 


AAO 


Mid-America 


178 


Schnell, William 


AAO 


Wisconsin 


185 


Schuyler, Catherine 


ABM 


Cong'l Church Development 


: 28 


Scoti, Louise 


ABM 


Divison for Ministry 


34 


Scott, Virginia 


AAO 


Connecticut 


172 


Senter, Doris 


AAO 


New Hampshire Women 


180 


Seymour, Patrick 


AAO 


Maine 


174 


Sharpe, Rutha 


ABM 


Divison for Ministry 


34 


Shelley, Patrick 


ABM 


Executive Committee 


12 




AAO 


ICF 


168 


Sheloske, Sue 


AAO 


Maine 


174 


Shoemaker, Jane 


AAO 


Western Michigan 


178 


Shultz II, Leslie 


ABM 


Historian 


9 




AAO 


Wisconsin 


185 


Simino, Michelle 


ABM 


HOPE 


54 


Simons, Blaine 


ABM 


C.F.T.S. 


31 


Simpson, Joanne 


ABM 


Youth 


52 


Skorupski, Faith 


AAO 


New England 


180 


Smart, Nancy 


ABM 


Nominating Committee 


20 


Smith, David 


AAO 


Maine 


174 


Smith, Jeneil 


ABM 


SpirituaJ Resources 


46 


Smith, Leonard 


AAO 


Alabama 


169 



275 



Smith, Pamela 


ABM 


Missionary Society 


36 


Sommers, Joelle 


AAO 


Wisconsin 


185 


Sommers, Larry 


ABM 


Communications 


42 


Stannard, Grant 


ABM 


Financial Services 


22 


Steiner, Nolan 


AAO 


Ohio 


182 


Swartzbaugh, Jane 


AAO 


Ohio Women's 


182 




AAO 


Ohio 


182 


Swinford, James 


ABM 


Christian Education 


39 


Taggart, Evelyn 


AAO 


Connecticut Women 


171 


Tallent, Sam 


ABM 


Spiritual Resources 


46 


Tay!:r, Brian 


AAO 


Mid-America 


178 


Taylor, Kay 


ABM 


Library Board 


17 


Thompson, Royal 


AAO 


Northem California 


171 


Thornberg, Sheila 


AAO 


Ohio 


182 


Timmer, Don 


AAO 


Ohio 


182 


Tolnai, Wayne 


ABM 


Credentials 


16 


Trowbridge, Clark 


AAO 


Western Michigan 


178 


Trump, William 


ABM 


Nominating Committee 


20 


Tucker, Steve 


AAO 


Western Michigan 


178 


Van Dyke, Randy 


ABM 


NAPF 


53 




AAO 


Iowa 


173 


Vanek, Noel 


ABM 


Communications 


41 


Vaught, Robert 


ABM 


World Christian Relations 


49 


Verburgt, Bruenis 


AAO 


Washington County (Maine) 


174 


Vennillion, Camille 


AAO 


Ohio Women's 


182 


Virta, Dennis 


ABM 


Cong'l Church Development 


; 29 




AAO 


Wisconsin Ministers' 


185 


Vos, Betty 


ABM 


Family Life 


43 


Walbridge, Harry 


AAO 


Western Michigan 


178 


Walbridge, Marjorie 


ABM 


Executive Committee 


13 


Walden. Robert 


ABM 


Executive Committee 


12 


Walkjr, Wally 


AAO 


Minnesota 


179 


Wallach, Arthur 


ABM 


Financial Services 


22 


Walsh, James 


ABM 


Treasurer 


9 


Walton, Joe 


AAO 


Northem California 


171 


Warner, Thomas 


AAO 


New Hampshire 


181 


Watson, Louise 


AAO 


Florida 


172 


Wellendorf, Judy 


AAO 


Iowa 


173 


Whitehouse, Ada 


AAO 


Bay State Women's (MA) 


175 


White, Ed 


AAO 


Southwest Intermountain 


184 



276 



\Nhks, Jonathan 


ABM 


Building & Loan Fund Team 


27 


White. Milton 


ABM 


Cong'l Church Development 


29 


Wies. Kathy 


ABM 


Program Committee 


18 


Winning, Dale 


ABM 


Credentials 


16 




AAO 


Western Pennsylvania 


183 


Winning, James 


AAO 


Western PA Men's 


184 


Woods, Kristin 


ABM 


HOPE 


54 


Worthley, Harold 


C 


Congregational Library 


186 


Wozencraft, Sharon 


ABM 


C.F.T.S. 


32 


Wroblewski, Elizabeth 


STAFF 


Meeting Coordinator 


11 



277 



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Hi! 

My name is George. 

I live in the NACCC's Congregational Investment Trust. 

When my church sent me there years ago. I was just a half dollar-only 500 

But, with nurturing and love that the trust managers have given me, I've been 
able to quickly grow into a real greenback. I can hardly wait to grow as big as 
by big brother five dollars who is in here with me. His name is Abraham-I call 
him Abe. The following shows why I'm getting so big so fast. 

THE CONGREGATIONAL INVESTMENT TRUST 

Performance Summary 
Through March 31, 1996 





Congregational 






-MARKET INDEXES 

Lehman 


Fiscal Year 


Investment 


Benchmark 




Int. Bond 


90-Day 


Ended 3/31 


Trust 


Index 


S&P 500 


Index 


T-Bills 


1/1/96 3/31/96 


+ 2.5% 


+ 2.7% 


+ 5.4% 


+ 0.8% 


+ 1.3% 


1996 


+24.0% 


+21.8% 


+32.1% 


+ 9.6% 


+ 5.6% 


1995 


+12.2% 


+10.8% 


+15.5% 


+ 5.0% 


+ 4.9% 


1994 


+ 5.3% 


+ 1.9% 


+ 1.4% 


+ 2.4% 


+ 3.1% 


1993 


+13.7% 


+13.5% 


+15.2% 


+12.4% 


+ 3.4% 


1992 


+13.0% 


+10.7% 


+11.0% 


+11.0% 


+ 5.1% 


1991 


+10.8% 


+13.0% 


+14.4% 


+11.8% 


+ 7.5% 



1) Results are presented before mar^agement fees. 

2) Past perforamnce does not guarentee futrue results. 

3) Benchniark Index is 55% S&P 500, 40% Lehman Index, 5% T-Bills. 

4) Performance for periods prior to 4/1/95 if for the /VACCC General Investment Fund 

Call Trudi or Mike at 1-800-262-1620 to discover how your dollars can 
grow just as George has grown. 



NOTES 



DID YOU KNOW? 

YOU CAN MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE IN SUSTAINING YOUR NATIONAL 

ASSOCIATION AND ITS MISSION OF ASSISTING LOCAL CHURCHES. HOW 

CAN YOU HELP? THROUGH A PLANNED GIFT - AND THERE ARE MANY 

TAX AND OTHER BENEFITS FOR YOU! 

BY GIFTS FOR IMMEDIATE USE: 

Cash, Securities, Property for general purposes, or restricted - for the 
Association or any of its Divisions. 

BY A GIFT ANNUITY OR POOLED INCOME FUND: 

Safe, dependable, with high investment yield and very good tax advantages for 
YOU - with a good income to you as long as you live - and with the knowledge 
that your gift will continue, after your lifetime, to support the work of the 
Association and/or its Divisions. 

BY ANNUITY TRUST OR UNITRUST ARRANGEMENT: 

Where you gain income during your lifetime and receive good tax benefits now - 
plus supporting the work of the Association. 

BY A GIFT OF EXCESS LIFE INSURANCE: 

In any of three ways, this can be a very satisfying method of making a gift - and 
there are substantial tax advantages for YOU. 

BY REMEMBERING THE ASSOCIATION IN YOUR WILL: 

(Suggested Forms of Bequest) 
UNRESTRICTED - "I give, devise and bequeath to the corporation for the 
National Association of Congregational Christian Churches, a Wisconsin not-for- 
profit corporation, with offices in Oak Creek, Wl the sum of $ ^for its 

general purposes." 

USE-DEFINED - "I give, devise and bequeath to the ** Division of the 
corporation for the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches of 
the United States, a Wisconsin not-for-profit corporation, with offices in Oak 
Creek, Wl, the sum of $ (1) ." 

(1) You may designate a percentage, or the remainder or residue of 
your estate, rather than a specific amount. 

** Divisions now include: Missionary Society, Congregational 
Foundation for Theological Studies, Division for the Ministry, Congregational 
Church Development, and Building & Loan Fund. 

Our Executive Secretary or Financial Services Committee will be pleased to 
receive inquiries concerning the above. Just call (800) 262-1620. 



National Association of 

Congregational Christian Churches 

8473 South Howell Avenue 

P.O. Box 1620 
Oak Creek, Wl 53154-0620